The Financial Planning Association will hand over day-to-day responsibility for pro bono outreach efforts to the Foundation for Financial Planning. The foundation, which has worked closely with FPA in the past, will help chapters nationwide with their volunteer efforts. "We felt they have a unique skill set that they can offer to our chapters in the day-to-day management of our pro-bono efforts," said FPA President Michael A. Branham. "It's a symbiotic relationship, and the chapters provide the boots on the ground."

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