#FinHealthMatters Day

Each year, #FinHeathMatters Day brings attention to Americans’ financial health through a thunderclap of social media activity, news stories, blogs, podcasts and more. Over the past three FinHealthMatters Days in 2016, 2017, and 2018, we have seen, 240+ blogs posted, 2,500+ influencers tweeting nearly 6,000 times, and ultimately, close to 27 million impressions about financial health. Think financial health matters? Use this annual event to show your commitment to improving the financial lives of all Americans.

See what people said in 2018 and join the conversation!

 

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The Conversation

In 2018 we brought attention to Student Financial Health. This student focus was important because while 57% of Americans are struggling with overall Financial Health, 75% of students aren’t sure they could come up with $1,000 in the next month, and 63% of community college students are living paycheck to paycheck.

The Facebook Live Marathon

For #FinHealthMatters Day 2018, Jason Vitug from Phroogal interviewed 30 personal finance experts over the course of 17 hours, live on Facebook, providing a variety of perspectives on the topic of financial health.

See part one of the marathon here, and find more on Phroogal’s Facebook page. 

Check out what people said about why #FinHealthMatters in 2018, and use the hashtag to keep the conversation going year-round!

 

2018 Network Participation

Thank you to all our Financial Health Network Members who really stepped up this year, with tweets, videos, blogs and even community events!

Accion, US Network
Balance
BECU
Blueprint Income
Commonwealth
EARN
EarnUp
Elevate
Enova International
Envestnet | Yodlee
Experian
FICO
Finicity
FIS
Funding Circle
Google
Green Dot

Greenpath, Inc.
Guidewell Financial Solutions
LendUp
Metlife Foundation
Money Management International
MX
National Credit Union Foundation
NetSpend
NFCC
Omidyar Network
PayPal
Prudential Financial, Inc.
Quovo
SafetyNet, LLC
Servus Credit Union
Student Loan Hero
Sunrise Banks
University Federal Credit Union
USAA
Vancity
Wells Fargo
Wright-Patt Credit Union
Washington State Employees Credit Union

MetLife Foundation is a founding sponsor of CFSI’s financial health work.