GFLEC would like to recognize and thank its supporters, who make the work of the Center possible.

How They've Supported Us

PwC US recently funded a project aimed at ensuring high school students are financially literate. The Financial Literacy Fast Lane, a project now under development by GFLEC, aims to close the financial literacy knowledge gap by creating an online toolkit that will help members of a school community more easily add FinLit courses into their school’s curricula. Previously, PwC funded research on Millennials and high school students. They also sponsored the U.S. release of the PISA financial literacy data that we hosted in collaboration with the Department of the Treasury, Department of Education, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

How They've Supported Us

NEFE has supported several GFLEC initiatives over the last few years. Presently, we are collaborating on a research project to better understand the financial fragility of Americans as well as a project on phased retirement. NEFE is sponsoring the 5th Cherry Blossom Financial Education Institute, after having also sponsored the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Institutes. Past projects have included analysis of the National Financial Capability Study (NFCS) and Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) data.

How They've Supported Us

First established in Italy by Claudia Segre, The Global Thinking Foundation (GLT Foundation) has funded GFLEC research on financial literacy levels of Millennials around the world and on the global financial literacy gender gap using the S&P Global Financial Literacy Survey data. The GLT Foundation has particular interest in the financial literacy levels of Italian youth and sponsored GFLEC’s research on this topic using results and data, released in May 2017, from the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).


We'd also like to thank these individuals for their donations:

  • Mari B. Adam
  • Joan Caplin
  • Robert S. Cole, Jr.
  • Michael N. Connors
  • Lindsay Cook
  • Erskine Howard Courtenay
  • Andrew Davidson
  • Leslie Hill Charitable Fund
  • Kerry Jordan
  • Steve Kamp
  • Jeremy Ko
  • Ellen J. Labelle, MD
  • Milos Milosevic
  • Eric Monday
  • Conor Richardson
  • Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz and Gary Pomerantz
  • Erol Sonderegger
  • Marc J. Spiegel
  • Michael Zytnick