Last week, the 1:1 Fund introduced an exciting incentive for our three partners participating in the Back to School campaign: 20 new donors meant a $1,000 match from the 1:1 Fund! Find out how our partners did.
Earlier this year, researchers from Brandeis University’s Institute on Assets and Social Policy released a report entitled "The Web of Wealth: Resiliency and Opportunity or Driver of Inequality?" Carl Rist, Executive Director of the 1:1 Fund, highlights the report's important takeaways.
As the Children’s Aid Society enters the second year of its College Savers Program, we caught up with Ilana Zimmerman, Director of Financial Empowerment Initiatives, about an exciting new savings incentive, a touching story of mentorship from football star Justin Tuck, and more.
As San Francisco's Kindergarten to College (K2C) program approaches a big milestone, we catch up with Carol Lei, K2C Program Manager, about how K2C is continuing to push the boundaries of the Children's Savings movement.
Read the first blog post in a series about our Children's Savings Accounts partners across the country. Chris Avila Hübschmann, founder and CEO of Credit Do, talks with us about why savings is "a movement, not just a campaign."
The New America Foundation just released a report with the latest research on Children’s Savings Accounts (CSAs). Don’t have time to read the full 26-page report? Here are the 7 key takeaways about innovative CSA program design.