It’s a busy time for the Foundation for Financial Planning.

Not only did the organization just start its annual evaluation of applications for FFP grants, it’s also getting ready to judge nominations for its inaugural Pro Bono Awards, which will recognize both individual advisors and investment advisory groups who have helped provide  professional financial services, including pro bono advice and financial life skills, to those in need.

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