About Us

The Georgia Consortium for Personal Financial Literacy:

  • Approaches financial literacy without any age barriers
  • Participates as one of 46 state affiliates of the national JumpStart Coalition in Washington, D.C. which focuses on your financial literacy
  • Serves as a clearinghouse for materials and resources designed to promote personal financial literacy
  • Coordinates a state-wide consortium of individuals and organizations committed to educating Georgians about life-long financial issues
  • Operates as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation
  • Works to raise awareness and educate Georgians of important financial literacy issues that impact their lives
  • Creates an environment for people to come together, discuss, and learn about important financial issues

We are honored to work in partnership with the community agencies, non-profits and government offices below:

Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs
Atlanta Regional Commission, Area Agency on Aging
Atlanta Community Food Bank
Better Business Bureau Serving Metro Atlanta, Athens & NE Georgia
Center for Financial Independence & Innovation
Communities in Schools
Credit Professionals of Atlanta
Economic Empowerment Initiative
Financial Planning Association of Georgia
Future Business Leaders of America- Georgia Chapter
Georgia Credit Union Affiliates
Georgia Department of Community Affairs
Governor’s Office of Consumer Protection
Money Smart Week
Operation HOPE
University of Georgia – Dept. of Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics
University of West Georgia – Richards College of Business