FINRA Funds Financial Ed Programs
For At-Risk Populations
(Deadline: March 4) The FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) Investor Education Foundation supports nonprofit research
and educational projects that give at-risk investors the tools and information they need to better understand the markets and
the basic principles of saving and investing.
501 (c)(3) nonprofits and state and other public colleges and universities are eligible for funding. The foundation doesn't have a set
minimum or maximum for the number of grants to be funded or for the amounts of the grant awards.
Insider's Tip: Before submitting a full grant proposal, applicants must submit a three-page Project Concept Form. Eligible applicants
whose projects closely align with the foundation's priorities will be invited to submit a full grant proposal. To download a copy
of the form, please visit http://tinyurl.com/yho88lr.
Info: For more on the foundation, please visit
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