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Press Releases

A sample of recent press releases from the FoolProof Foundation.

FoolProof Foundation Partners with Loyola Marymount University to Advance Financial Literacy in Los Angeles and Beyond

The FoolProof Foundation has added Loyola Marymount University's College of Business Administration as a state sponsor of its financial literacy work in California.

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Sandyston-Walpack Launches Innovative After School Program

The FoolProof Foundation is proud to work alongside Sandyston-Walpack school in Sussex County New Jersey to power their innovative after school financial literacy program for 4th, 5th, and 6th graders.

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UC-San Diego Extension Reinvests in Southern California and Beyond through Support of the FoolProof Foundation

The University of California San Diego (UCSD) Extension, a catalyst for economic, intellectual, and cultural growth, has joined the FoolProof Foundation by becoming a State Sponsor in California.

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Up to 30 Young Women to Receive Year of Life Skills Coaching

“Great things are on the horizon,” say project leaders. The FoolProof Foundation today announced a powerful new partnership with “A Purpose By Design,” a foundation dedicated to empowering girls from the Chicago area to discover their power and purpose in life.

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The InSPIREation Foundation Promotes Economic Equity and Inclusion in St. Paul by Awarding Grant to the FoolProof Foundation

The InSPIREation Foundation has awarded the FoolProof Foundation a grant to improve financial literacy in the greater St. Paul area.

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Zinpro Corporation Promotes Economic Equity and Inclusion in Minnesota Through Support of The FoolProof Foundation

Zinpro Corporation, a pioneer in the development of performance trace minerals that improve the health and wellbeing of animals and people, has joined The FoolProof Foundation by becoming a State Sponsor.

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Worried About Gaming’s Impact on Kids? Big-Time National Award for a Game That’s Good for a Kids Brain

Know kids who game a lot? That’s probably not a good thing, according to the FoolProof Foundation and many childhood experts. “Most games profit from kids’ mindless addiction,” says Dr. Lennette A. Coleman, President of FoolProof.

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