Boston Saves, the City of Boston’s children’s savings account program, has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the Boston Foundation to help fund the next two years of its three-year pilot. The funding will help support a financial incentives program
Boston Saves, the city’s new children’s savings account program, held the first of five welcome events for families of K2 kindergartners last night at Conley Elementary School in Roslindale. At the event, children learned basic money skills through educational games, while their
The pilot version of Boston Saves, the city’s new children’s savings account (CSA) program, rolled out eye-level with its beneficiary audience – kindergarteners – in early November to teach them about saving money. At Roosevelt K-8 School in Hyde Park, Miss Money and the Coins
Communities across the United States have started launching children’s savings account (CSA) programs to help families save for their children’s college futures. But Boston’s CSA program, whose pilot is set to launch in Fall 2016, stands out in an important
Mayor Walsh has announced five Boston Public Schools that will participate in the pilot of the city’s new Children’s Savings Account (CSA) program. In Fall 2016, kindergarteners at Harvard/Kent Elementary School, James Otis Elementary School, McKay K-8 School, Franklin D.