Freedman Financial Annual Scholarship

Every year, Freedman Financial awards a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating high school student who plans to attend a post-secondary educational institution.

Along with their academic record and a list of community service work, extra -curricular activities and work experience, applicants must write a 500-word essay in answer to the question “What does personal financial responsibility mean to you?”. The winner is selected by a committee from our Client Advisory Council.

Winners to date:

Client Advisory Council

In 1995, we created our advisory council made up of clients. They help us with input, feedback and ideas so that we can develop marketing programs that truly speak to our clients. These programs include:

  • Feedback on Marketing and Advertising Ideas: Their honest opinions keep us centered on what matters most, relevant to our clients’ world, and humble in our efforts.
  • Consumer Perspectives on Financial Planning: Whenever we have questions about how people might be feeling in challenging times, our council offers frank, caring feedback.
  • Client Seminar Ideas: We are dedicated to delivering quality education and information to our clients because they deserve our ongoing service and attention.
Scholarship / April 27, 2017

Meet Grace Theriault, Freedman Financial 2017 Scholarship Winner – Well Done!

What Does Financial Responsibility Mean to You? The meaning of financial responsibility has changed dramatically from my days of babysitting the kids in the neighborhood for a few bucks to working two jobs the majority of the year. In the beginning, I would just work for extra money that I could...

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