United for Financial Health

Our global United for Financial Health project empowers vulnerable people to improve their financial health through education and action. Through this program, Experian has partnered with nonprofit organizations across the world to deliver tools and resources to those who need them most. Read about our United for Financial Health initiatives and partnerships below:

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There are topics that can be hard to talk about in general conversation. Money and how best to achieve financial health shouldn’t be one...

December 14, 2022 by Abigail Lovell

It continues to astonish and amaze us that the majority of the men and women who enlist in our nation’s military bring immense commitment...

November 11, 2022 by Delilah Moreno, Denny Galiano

At Experian, we are proud to have a culture where our teammates can bring their whole selves to work. Perhaps no one exemplifies that...

August 24, 2022 by Abigail Lovell

In my role as Chief Sustainability Officer at Experian, I often hear from communities that feel that they’re not seen or heard. That they’re...

July 28, 2022 by Abigail Lovell

We often share at Experian that we want to be an organisation where people are free to be their true selves and have an...

June 10, 2022 by Wil Lewis

In 2021, Experian announced that United for Financial Health programme would be launching in two EMEA markets – Italy and South Africa. Today we...

January 27, 2022 by Ferdie Pieterse

Growing up, my family rarely talked about money. So, in college, when I had the opportunity to get my first credit card, I also...

November 9, 2021 by Abigail Lovell

I am delighted to have announced our new partnership with Code First Girls, a non-profit organisation that teaches women to code for free, and helps increase...

October 26, 2021 by Rhona Moodly

The largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the U.S., UnidosUS, held its LatinX IncluXion Summit this week and I had the pleasure...

October 8, 2021 by Andy Paz