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Our Vision

To Create a More Equitable Future

FoolProof is a 501 (c)3 dedicated to reducing cycles of inequality through financial literacy that works. Our free, independent, online curricula instill lifelong habits to help learners of all ages make better financial decisions. We teach the importance of healthy skepticism, personal responsibility, and the importance of trustworthy information — lessons needed now more than ever.

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The FoolProof Foundation

FoolProof for Schools

FoolProof for Schools keeps on growing. Just by teacher word-of-mouth our usage has grown an average of 18% each school year over the past 5 years.

43.5 M

page views in our Schools Program

in the 2018/2019 school year.

1,500+

teachers signed up for our Curriculum

in the 2018/2019 school year.

750,000

completed FoolProof Components

in the 2018/2019 school year.

Press Coverage

The FoolProof Foundation and our resources have been covered in various printed and online media.

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Walter Cronkite

In 2003, Cronkite's enthusiastic support of a young consumer advocate named Will deHoo led to the creation of FoolProof.

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FoolProofMe.org

FoolProofMe.org is our free, online consumer news website geared at consumers of all ages

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Meet the Team

We are a very lean foundation, guided by our Board of Directors, a great team of experts, and by two terrific Advisory Committees.

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New Tax Benefit For Donors
(in 2020 only!)

The CARES Act enables tax payers who take the standard deduction to deduct $300 in annual charitable contributions as an "above the line" adjustment to income. This increases to $600 per married couple, and can help reduce a donor's taxable income while giving to a cause.

Will you consider taking advantage of this unique tax benefit before the end of the year to help FoolProof create a more equitable future?

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Note: a donation from a donor advised fund (DAF) does not qualify for this new deduction.

This information is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax advisor. State law may further impact your individual benefits.