Making a Difference
Through Financial Literacy

The Power of Financial Knowledge

Carol Fabbri, CFP®
Fair Advisors Founder

Life Impacts of the Financially Underserved

Unlocking Financial Potential Starts with Financial Literacy

Fair Advisors Institute (FAI) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering individuals, families, and communities through comprehensive financial literacy programs.

Our mission is three-fold
1. Empowering Individuals and Families.

We believe that financial knowledge is key to building secure and fulfilling lives. By equipping individuals and families with the necessary tools and resources, they are empowered to:

  • Make informed financial decisions. FAI’s programs equip participants with the knowledge to manage their budgets, build savings, and purchase wisely. This reduces financial stress, increases financial security, and provides greater control over their financial future.(1)
  • Achieve financial goals. Whether saving for a down payment on a home, planning for retirement, or simply establishing healthy financial habits, FAI's programs arm individuals and families with the knowledge and confidence to pursue their financial aspirations.
2. Promoting Financial Literacy in the Workplace.

By offering corporations opportunities to provide financial literacy education to employees, they will essentially:

  • Boost employee morale and engagement. Financially secure employees are happier, healthier, and more productive. (2)
  • Reduce absenteeism and turnover. Employees who feel financially secure are more likely to be present at work and dedicated to their roles.
  • Enhance overall company culture. By prioritizing financial well-being, businesses demonstrate their commitment to the well-being of their people, fostering a positive and supportive work environment — and, ultimately, loyalty.
3. Uplifting Communities and Closing the Financial Gap.

We are committed to building a more inclusive financial landscape by working with underserved communities with programs focused on:

  • Providing the necessary skills and confidence Individuals are equipped with the knowledge to manage their finances effectively, make informed financial decisions, and break the cycle of financial insecurity.
  • Breaking down barriers to financial equality Accessible and culturally relevant financial education programs empower individuals to reach their full potential and contribute to a more equitable and prosperous society.

(1) National Endowment for Financial Education

(2) PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers)