is a 501(c)(3) public charity, and has worked tirelessly to promote their mission to educate those who serve.
There are many ways for FCEF to address financial literacy.
FCEF is a national nonprofit, a 501(c)(3) public charity.
Levin's announcement was a welcome surprise," stated FCEF
Executive Director Vickie C.
Originated in 1983, FCEF awarded its first scholarships exclusively to military dependents.
Our scholars have attended colleges and universities across the nation," stated Vickie Mauldin, FCEF Executive Director.
FCEF is proud to support them in their educational endeavors," Mauldin stated.
FCEF has also dedicated its resources to promoting financial and credit literacy to teenagers and young adults.
Organized in 1983 as a 501(c)(3) private foundation to provide scholarships to military personnel and their families, FCEF began broadening its efforts at the turn of the century and, in 2006, obtained public charity status.