MetLife Foundation on ‘The Balancing Act’ with Julie Moran!
MetLife Foundation is featured on The Balancing Act, an award winning morning television show on the Lifetime Television Network, specializing in educating, empowering and entertaining today's woman. With host Julie Moran, The Balancing Act aims to educate the viewer on a series of topics related to health, finance and lifestyle. The segment featuring the Foundation will focus on financial health and will air on Friday, September 18 at 7:30 a.m. EST and again on Friday, September 25 at 7:30 a.m. EST.
MetLife Foundation and its nonprofit partner Local Initiatives Support Corporation, [LISC], will be part of the ‘Be the Change’ series, within The Balancing Act segment, which focuses on how companies and their nonprofit partners are making a difference in communities across the U.S. As one of the “Champions of Change” MetLife Foundation joined the show to highlight its work with LISC around financial inclusion. April Hawkins, AVP, MetLife Foundation will represent the Foundation and speak about our commitment to ensuring access to financial knowledge combined with access to affordable, quality financial products and services for those most in need.
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For a list of nonprofit partners that provide financial counseling click here.
MetLife Foundation makes grants to partners with the ability to reach large numbers of underserved households around the world, increasing their readiness, willingness and ability to engage with the financial sector.
MetLife Foundation works with experts in the field to deliver high-quality products and services like credit, savings, and insurance to low-income individuals. We want to ensure that these individuals have the tools, incentives, and motivation to improve the lives of their families and communities.
MetLife Foundation Presents The 2014 Annual Report
Over the last year, the Foundation has made significant progress towards achieving its financial inclusion goals. To date, it has committed $70 million against its $200 million, five-year commitment announced in 2013. The Report highlights the partners and areas where those grants have helped advance the cause.
In addition, the Foundation also showcases other areas of support including arts and culture, Alzheimer's disease research and aging-related programs, youth education and community development.
Financial Inclusion: From Theory Into Action
MetLife Foundation’s strategy stresses practical, hands-on solutions that can help low-income people succeed in improving their financial lives—and that financial institutions can deliver sustainably.