EFPN

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AcronymDefinition
EFPNPunkaharju (airport code; Finland)
EFPNElder Financial Protection Network (San Francisco, CA)
EFPNEmergency Food Pantry Network (Midland, MI)
EFPNEnergy, Facility, Power News (e-newsletter)
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Since 2003, the CU has partnered with the Elder Financial Protection Network.
You can look at the increase in property values and see that elders who have equity in their home might be more vulnerable to a financial predator, such as a contractor, predatory lender or even a family member,'' said Jenefer Duane, chief executive officer of the San Francisco-based Elder Financial Protection Network.
Over the past six years the Credit Union has touched the lives of more than 280,000 individuals through donations to hundreds of organizations, including: Children's Hospital Oakland, Children's Hospital of Central California, Marine Mammal Center, Huckleberry Youth Programs, the American Red Cross, the American Lung Association, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, YMCA programs, Open Heart Kitchen, Elder Financial Protection Network, Salvation Army, Lindsay Wildlife Museum, and many others.
based CU recently donated $5,000 to the Elder Financial Protection Network, a San Francisco organization that works to prevent financial abuse of elders and dependent adults through partnerships that build public awareness, drive community outreach and provide professional training.
Elder Financial Protection Network, a California non-profit organization, announced the release of Be Wise: Recognize and Report Elder Financial Abuse, an online training program for financial institution employees.
We are pleased to partner with Elder Financial Protection Network in support of these important training tools," said Bill Cheney, League president and CEO.
Several California financial institutions have saved their senior customers millions of dollars as a result of the implementation of the Be Wise training program," said Jenefer Duane, CEO and Executive Director of Elder Financial Protection Network.
In recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, June 15th, Elder Financial Protection Network announces the launch of a suite of training tools for financial institution employees titled "Be Wise: Recognize and Report Elder Financial Abuse.
Our financial institution partners have saved their senior customers millions of dollars as a result of the implementation of our 'Be Wise' training program," said Jenefer Duane, CEO and Executive Director of Elder Financial Protection Network.
We are pleased to partner with Elder Financial Protection Network in support of this important conference and training tool," said David Chatfield, CCUL President/CEO.
html, or by calling Elder Financial Protection Network at (415) 897-9555.
We want to alert seniors not to attend living trust seminars without knowing the facts," said Jenefer Duane, CEO and Executive Director of Elder Financial Protection Network (EFPN), a Novato-based organization that helps prevent financial abuse against seniors.