Choose a College Savings Program
The 1:1 Fund partners with leading local college savings programs across the country that are working with low-income children saving and striving for college. Find out more about the programs below.
The Children's Aid Society
The CAS College Savers Program incentivizes students to save with a 2:1 match on their college savings.
San Francisco, East Palo Alto, Oakland
College Track empowers students from underserved communities to reach their dream of a college degree.
Credit Do empowers students to learn financial education, work in their communities, and earn money into college savings accounts.
FUEL Education helps underserved families in Greater Boston open savings accounts and negotiate the college access maze.
Kindergarten to College
Kindergarten to College provides seeded, matched savings accounts to every incoming public school kindergartener in San Francisco.
"I Have a Dream" Foundation
New York, Oregon, Iowa
The "I Have a Dream" Foundation encourages students to earn contributions to their savings accounts by completing college milestones.
Mississippi CSA Program
The Mississippi CSA Program combines financial education and community outreach to help kids save for college.
Nevada College Kick Start
The College Kick Start program supplies every public school kindergartener in Nevada with a seeded, matched savings account.
National Match Fund
The National Match Fund is a flexible pool of savings incentives and match funds to jump-start new programs and reward outstanding performance.
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Use the map to find a 1:1 Fund program in your area.
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Meet our Savers
Browse stories of savers from around the country and hear how your donations are making a difference in their education goals.
Elliot Rodriguez, a Credit Do Student Saver and 8th grader, is creating a working and saving roadmap to college thanks to Credit Do. Watch his interview!
The Reyes family has learned important lessons from FUEL Education. With hard work, savings, and some crucial learning, Nelson and Marlene Reyes have been able to send all three of their children to college.
The Nasuuna family provides a perfect example of how the FUEL Education system works. Their oldest daughter, Bahiya, is now a sophomore at UMass Amherst on a full scholarship.
Meet Miguel, a second-grader at Children’s Aid College Prep Charter School in the Bronx. Miguel’s story shows how the 1:1 Fund brings partners together to invest in young college savers.
Meet Nasia Ortega, a first grader at New Traditions Elementary School and the proud holder of a K2C savings account.
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