FutureWise provides free financial management services to survivors of interpersonal & systemic trauma. Below you will find more information on the program, services provided, eligibility and how to enroll.
FutureWise is a Sheron Ann Foundation program that focuses on helping survivors build a self-sustainable life. The main goal of the FutureWise program is to support the client’s immediate financial management needs, while helping to secure a strong financial foundation to build a stable and successful future.
Financial appointments are one-on-one sessions with an IRS Enrolled Agent and Accountant. Appointments are up to 1 hour and set on a 1-4 session frequency, depending on the client's financial management needs. Each appointment builds on the prior, to improve the client’s financial standing and set obtainable goals to support a self-sustainable life.
FutureWise clients receive professional guidance and support with individual tax returns, credit repair services and financial management goal setting.
FutureWise serves survivors of interpersonal & systemic trauma who have unmet financial management needs. This includes, but may not be limited to, survivors of domestic violence, individuals with disabilities, low-income households and those displaced from their homes due to experiencing interpersonal or systemic abuse.
If you are interested in receiving FutureWise services, please fill out the contact form below. A Sheron Ann Foundation representative will be in touch with you within 4 business days.
Visit the Contact Us page and scroll to the FutureWise Partner Organization Request Form section. Fill in and submit the information about your organization and someone from our team will contact you within 4 business days to talk about partnership opportunities.