For the fourth year the Wall Street Journal, in partnership with Met Life, is offering nonprofit and for-profit entities the opportunity to "spotlight innovative ways to improve the financial stability of low- and moderate-income Americans."
"The Financial Inclusion Challenge is part of a Wall Street Journal initiative to highlight Americans’ struggles in managing personal finances. A series of video reports, including profiles of the three finalists, will be published on WSJ.com between January and May. The finalists will be invited to join the audience at D.LIVE, the Journal’s technology conference, Nov. 12-14, in Laguna Beach, Calif."
The challenge is open until Friday, February 23 at noon ET. Finalists will be announced March 19.
Find out more here.