The Financial Planning Association and the Foundation for Financial Planning are joining forces to boost the organizations’ pro bono efforts.

Under the partnership announced Wednesday, the FFP will take over day-to-day operations of the FPA’s pro bono planning program. Leading the pro bono activities, the foundation will provide ongoing support and guidance to the FPA’s national network of chapters and will be more closely integrated with key FPA operations allowing it to more easily connect with FPA chapters and members.

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