AmazonSmile and F3E


When you shop at smile.amazon.com, Amazon donates 0.5% of eligible purchases to F3E, at no extra cost to you. Most purchases are eligible and all you have to do is sign into smile.amazon.com and select Foundation for Financial Education as your preferred charity. Amazon Smile works on desktop, mobile, and the app. Click here for more information.

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F3E is on Social Media

One of our 2021 New Years resolutions here at F3E is to step up our social media presence. 2020 was a great year for our Facebook page, but did you know we have accounts on other platforms as well? Please give us a Like, Follow, and Share. Click the icons below to find our accounts and hey, feel free to give us a shoutout! We might just give you one back!

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Pay it Forward


In light of the impact of COVID-19, F3E has launched an initiative called “Pay It Forward’ with the goal of giving a $1,000 tip to honor service workers in our local community that have been working incredibly hard throughout the pandemic.

We have already had the pleasure of honoring two waitresses by surprising them with a $1,000 tip. Our first recipient was nominated by her boss for her tireless service while working as a waitress at his Irish pub and to her wider community outside of work. She has been delivering meals to seniors and participating in local food drives throughout the pandemic.

Our second nominee was recognized by her friends and boss for her impressive hard work and commitment to her job, while also being an incredible single mom to her son. Her resilience and work ethic during the pandemic, despite struggles to support her son, inspires those around her and speaks to her admirable character.

We are so grateful to have the opportunity to show our appreciation for these extraordinary members of our community, and we hope to continue doing so in the upcoming months.

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My Kids Got Talent


In October 2019, F3E held a talent show to give away thousands of dollars in scholarships to local middle and high school students. The event was held at Ridgeview Middle School and was hosted by Brian King Joseph of America’s Got Talent, who treated attendees to an AGT-worthy performance. The show also got a spot on ABC7 WJLA morning news, who interviewed our Director of Operations, Kiana Edwards, and Brian King Joseph in their studio!

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