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Your generosity means so much.

 

Your gift to the Foundation creates the possibility of a college degree for a student poised to become part of the next generation of financial service professionals (Paul Mills Scholarships). It enhances the body of knowledge in financial services to give professionals the ability to provide the best possible client service (Journal Author Awards). It brings expert counseling to those facing financial instability because of a Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis (Financial Education Partners). 

 

Your gift translates the words of our mission statement— “we impact the lives of individuals with scholarship and financial education”—into action.

 

Donations to the Foundation for Financial Service Professionals can be made in a variety of ways.

 

  1. PayPal - Give online securely through PayPal. (A PayPal account is not needed; during the PayPal payment process, select the option to pay with a credit card.)

  2. Bankdraft - Give by using a monthly, quarter, or annual bank draft.

  3. Check – You can donate by sending a check in the mail. Click here to print the donor form.

 

Paul S. Mills Scholarships

Paul S. Mills Scholarships provide need-based financial support to students pursuing undergraduate degrees in financial service-related fields.  

 

Journal Author Awards

Journal Author Awards advance scholarly research and writing to build the library of knowledge in financial services. 

 

Financial Education Partners

Financial Education Partners is a pro bono financial counseling program that works with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and other community outreach organizations to offer financial guidance and hope for financial security to individuals in need. FEP is a recipient of the Multiple Sclerosis Society’s prestigious “Making a Difference” award. 

 

Contributions to the Foundation are tax deductible under Internal Revenue Code Section 170. The official charitable registration for the Foundation for Financial Service Professionals may obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling 717-783-1720.