First Financial Security, Inc. (FFS) is a national brokerage agency that partners with some of the country’s leading insurance carriers. FFS equips, trains, and supports thousands of FFS Field Associates who are licensed to deliver quality financial products to households across America.
The National Financial Educators Council is an independent financial literacy organization with a social enterprise business model. The NFEC supports individuals and organizations to deliver unbiased financial education, gain recognition, and achieve program sustainability. Social responsibility, conscious capitalism, and free enterprise are the fundamental principles that underpin the NFEC’s teachings and business model.
FraserNet, Inc. is a principle-centered global leadership network focused on economic development through education, training and empowerment for Black people. The organization’s focus is to train, educate and equip Black people with new skills, new thinking, and new approaches for personal, professional and financial success in the 21st Century.
Dr. George C. Fraser, the organization’s chairman and CEO, founded FraserNet more than 25 years ago with the vision to lead a global networking movement that brings together diverse human resources to increase opportunities for people of African descent.
Proverbs 13:22 – “A good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children.”
The Black Wealth Alliance (BWA) is a self-described “army of seasoned, principled, and savvy business leaders committed to creating and transferring wealth in the black community.” The BWA has identified the major challenges facing the community today as poverty, income disparity. and a lack of generational wealth. The organization sees the power of financial education to combat these problems.
The Black Wealth Alliance has issued a national call to action for African-Americans and other members of the African Diaspora to create and transfer wealth to their children’s children for mere pennies on the dollar. In partnership with LiSA Initiative, sponsored by First Financial Services, Inc., and the M.O.S.E.S. Movement, the BWA strives to keep its customers educated, inspired, and empowered.
Its mission is to create the world’s largest strategic alliance of individuals and organizations committed to providing the education, training, and tools for building and sustaining inter-generational wealth in the black community.
The Black Wealth Alliance says it will consider its mission fulfilled when every African-American has the education, tools and plan in place to leave an inheritance to his or her children’s children.
Created by Dr. George C. Fraser, the M.O.S.E.S. Movement was designed to improve financial literacy and money management skills among African-Americans. The movement’s acronym stands for Making Ourselves Economically Successful, and it provides education, training, and motivation to help people change their financial futures for the better.
The cornerstone of the organization is “the pledge.” In joining the M.O.S.E.S. Movement, people pledge to follow the 10 Commitments for Financial Freedom and commit to saving at least $50 per month.
The movement’s education and training focus is on budgeting, credit, savings, investing, home ownership, and potential income. M.O.S.E.S. is committed to building and supporting minority businesses.