ONE HOUR CHALLENGE
Imagine Our Impact if Every NAPFA Member Gave One Hour of Pro-bono Advice per Year
As financial advisors, NAPFA members are naturally attuned to helping others. With pro-bono advising, you can dramatically change lives of those who can’t afford your services. The NAPFA Consumer Education Foundation’s (NCEF) One Hour Challenge encourages members to give at least one hour of pro-bono service per year.
Earn NAPFA CE Credit: NAPFA members can earn up to 4.0 NAPFA CE hours for their pro-bono advising.
What qualifies as Pro-bono financial service? Pro bono financial planning is defined as: “Free, no-strings-attached financial advice and planning for underserved people, including low-income individuals and families, military personnel and veterans, domestic violence survivors, and people affected by natural disasters, serious medical crises and bankruptcy, that’s provided by or in conjunction with a volunteer CFP® professional. These services will be delivered through one-on-one engagements or through interactive group sessions on topics specific to an at-risk audience, with the option for personalized engagement to follow.” This is a shared definition developed by NAPFA, FFP, FPA and the CFP Board.
Did you advise pro-bono at least one hour in the past 12 months? Record your Pro-Bono hours HERE Also, sharing where and how you gave back may help NCEF generate new pro-bono programmatic opportunities.
Thank you to those who have already accepted the One Hour Challenge. Please be sure to report you gave at least one hour of pro-bono advice so we can achieve our 100% member participation goal!
Will You Accept NCEF’s One Hour Challenge?
NCEF energized NAPFA members at the 2018 NAPFA Fall Conference by launching the One Hour Challenge and challenging members to give at least one hour of pro-bono financial service in their communities. We set a goal of 3,000 pro-bono hours.
In 2019 You Beat Our 3,000 Hour Goal with 3,173 hours reported!
Record Your Pro-Bono Hours HERE to help us achieve our goal of 100% NAPFA member participation.