#FinHealthMatters Day

Join the conversation on #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 two FinHealthMatters Days in 2016 and 2017, we have seen, 170+ blogs posted, 1,800+ influencers tweeting nearly 4,000 times, and ultimately, close to 19 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.

  

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Join us on April 25, 2018

This year on #FinHealthMatters Day, we will bring attention to Student Financial Health. This student focus is 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.

GO SOCIAL

Help bring attention to the important issue of student financial health! Get ready to promote why financial health matters, overall and for students in particular, on your social platforms, with your audience, customers, or students, and in your communities using hashtag #FinHealthMatters. Gear up today with our free social media kit.

WRITE ABOUT IT

Writing about why FinHealth Matters this year? We’d love to share your story. Submit your essay or blog post to our annual contest, and you could win a trip to Orlando for FinCon this fall, plus have your story shared on our social platforms. Here are the contest details.

LEARN MORE

Get in a FinHealth frame of mind right now by checking out last year’s winning blog posts, our latest student financial health research, and more. Subscribe here to receive updates.

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

 

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