Who is FPP? What is its purpose?
The Mission of FPP is to elevate Financial Capability for all.
What does FPP strive to deliver?
FPP, and its legacy name of Florida Prosperity Partnership, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit coalition of 3100+ partners and members in and beyond Florida who primarily serve low- and moderate-income individuals and households.
The coalition is comprised of Florida-based, domestic and international organizations and practitioners representing non-profits, financial institutions, academia, government agencies, for-profit enterprises and more, all committed to generating a collective impact.
Through coalition engagement, FPP’s Financial Capability practitioners build knowledge, skill and understanding to elevate people and communities from Financial Crisis to Stability, Security, Well-Being and Prosperity.
What are FPP’s Guiding Principles?
FPP’s Guiding Principles are:
These four Guiding Principles describe the ways in which a Financial Capability practitioner serves others in their community. As well, FPP’s Guiding Principles describe the ways in which the coalition of FPP serves its members and partners.
In what roles does FPP serve to fulfill its Mission?
The Catalyst—FPP stimulates community involvement by providing coalition partners with the knowledge, services and resources that help them engage with and inform local leaders.
The Advocate—FPP influences change in public policy while supporting coalition partners as they facilitate access to local constituents.
The Educator—FPP identifies, models and provides learning initiatives for coalition partners that strengthen Financial Capability for practitioners, youth and adults.
The Convener—FPP inspires collaboration among business, government, academia and investor constituencies who collectively must be part of the integrated solution.
The Leader—FPP leads and inspires with a talented board, coalition support staff, operations and diverse coalition partners that drive the statewide prosperity movement.
The Partner—FPP actively engages with coalition partners, giving them a bigger, more influential voice and increasing their capacity to impact their local communities so they may reach people where they Live, Learn, Work, Bank, Start Businesses, Get Healthy, Receive Social Services, Worship and Are Entertained.
What is the Financial Capability Continuum?
Some experience disruption along their financial pathway—unemployment, health issues, a host of personal and environmental challenges—that lead to Crisis mode.
Moving from financial Crisis to Stability includes a balance between assets, income and expenses. Security is a state of well-being achieved when financial worries begin to subside and savings for emergencies or the future begin to accumulate.
Financial Well-Being and Prosperity can also be part of a financial “story” as individuals, households and communities thrive and entertain their dreams and desires.
This model is known as The Financial Capability Continuum.
Want to connect with FPP? Learn more? Partner? Explore ways to collaborate to the benefit of all? e-Mail FPP@FPPCoalition.org to continue the conversation!