The mission of the Financial Policy Council Inc. (FPC), a research think tank and educational institution, is to formulate and promote sound public policy based on the principles of free enterprise and wealth creation.
Financial policy council will support community events to educate the public about free markets, fiscal policy issues impacting their wealth, and the financial future of our nation.
Our community events will help us to disseminate our research and to create local forums where the public can voice their needs and concerns.
We focus our efforts to:
EDUCATE – policy makers and the public to enable them to support and recognize sound policy with a clear understanding of the issues of concern to entrepreneurs, investors and the public.
INFORM – entrepreneurs, investors and the public of the role that they could play to ensure that their voices are heard by policy makers.
EMPOWER – entrepreneurs, investors and the public by creating a forum through which their voices can clearly be heard by and in Washington.
BRIDGE – the chasm between Washington, Wall Street and Main Street using sound, rational economic research and education.
Our Community Event Organizer’s help identify the venue and location, propose topics of discussion and use their sphere of influence and networks to engage the community and manage attendance. FPC will pay for the venue and related costs, in addition to providing you with member support for your efforts.
Your time is as valuable to us as your financial contributions. If you prefer to donate your time, becoming a Community Event Organizer is the best way to get involved.
Governed by an accomplished Board of Directors; all with a wide and relevant range of backgrounds, the Financial Policy Council is an independent institution. FPC relies on the financial support of the general public—individuals, foundations, and corporations—for its income. The FPC does not accept government funds and does not perform contract work in keeping with its ideal of independence.
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