NEFE believes that when two or more groups strive for the same goals, they get more accomplished by working together. We maintain ongoing partnerships with several leading national nonprofit organizations in order to reach underserved audiences more directly and we know firsthand how teamwork can bring about extraordinary outcomes. These partnerships include other nonprofits that serve consumers directly or indirectly including American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, and Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA).


Together, NEFE and its partners address the financial education needs of large groups of Americans. Individual projects emphasize the nation’s underserved, teachers, youth, emerging households, and people whose special circumstances can be improved through relevant, practical, and customized financial information, education or training.

How it Works

NEFE is committed to long-term, strategic partnerships.

For each partner-based project we undertake, NEFE conducts research and focus groups and participates in active listening to get to the root of the need. Once content is provided to a partner in the form of a website, printed materials, curriculum or toolkit, NEFE continues to collect information from the partner on an ongoing basis to evolve and improve the project according to feedback.

When NEFE considers partnerships, we look for several key aspects, including:

  • National Nonprofit. NEFE provides its services at no cost and requires the partner to do the same.
  • Scalability. Adding on to existing achievements can be a powerful way to build on our successes. Another way to extend the reach of projects is to broaden them to a national scale so as to touch more lives.
  • Focus on helping the underserved. This makes it possible to achieve significant long-lasting improvements in the lives of people most in need.
  • Enable NEFE to break new ground through innovative thinking.

Partnership Projects

Over the years, NEFE has developed within its partnerships financial literacy facilitator’s guides, booklets, multi-video Web streaming, and/or websites for niche audiences including underserved and minority populations, youth, and people faced with various health conditions.

Click here for a listing of organizations NEFE has previously partnered with.

NEFE projects are updated and revised on a periodic basis to reflect the most current feedback from our partners.  Click here to see examples of our featured partnership projects.

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