FPA's Pro Bono Directors Forum Highlights Growing Success

September 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2006 Supplement, p24
Academic Journal
The article discusses pro bono financial planning services offered to women living at the Interval House in Orange County, California. Andi Kang, the pro bono director for the Financial Planning Association's Orange County Chapter, has offered financial planning workshops for Interval House residents for several years, and is always amazed at the level of interest that participants show. The Financial Planning Association's first pro bono directors conference in June 2006 was the first meeting where financial planning professionals could discuss pro bono programs. INSET: Lipson Will Miss 'Incredible Willingness' of FPA Volunteers.


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