Money Smart - A Financial Education Program
Money Smart Alliance
The FDIC recognizes organizations that significantly contribute to the delivery of Money Smart to consumers and small businesses through the Money Smart Alliance Program.
Alliance members agree to use or promote the Money Smart curriculum. This is done by teaching Money Smart or training others to teach it. Alliance members also provide feedback to the FDIC that can help improve the Money Smart program, such as successful ways they use the program.
How can my organization join the Money Smart Alliance?
The FDIC welcomes these types of organizations to join the Money Smart Alliance:
- Federally insured financial institutions,
- Non-profit organizations that have been recognized as tax-exempt by IRS,
- Federal agencies,
- K-12 schools or school districts,
- Colleges or universities, and
- Other state or local government agencies (including governmental entities)
Individuals and other types of organizations are not eligible to join the Money Smart Alliance at this time.
To join, complete this short FDIC Money Smart Alliance form. There is no separate process to join the Money Smart for Small Business (MSSB) Alliance.
Money Smart Alliance Members
View the list of Money Smart Alliance Members - Including MSSB Alliance Members.
Reference to any specific organization does not constitute an endorsement, a recommendation, or a favoring by the FDIC or the United States government.
The FDIC shares updates and other information with Alliance members that can strengthen their efforts. One example is the quarterly Money Smart News publication.
Alliance Members are encouraged to contact FDIC Community Affairs staff with questions on the Money Smart materials and how to use them. The FDIC also encourages Alliance members to share tips or other experiences using Money Smart with the FDIC team. This feedback helps us enhance Money Smart and may also be considered for publication in Money Smart News.