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Financial Education Foster Youth Grant Funding Opportunity available now through August 20, 2024!

Grant funding opportunity: The Foundation has $173,000 in available funding for credit unions of any asset size that have a desire to build programs designed to support children in foster care by establishing basic knowledge in budgeting,

credit, and banking solutions.


Eligible credit unions will have the ability to open savings accounts and checking accounts for this demographic while also providing timely financial education and well-being information for youth in preparation for aging out of the foster care system. 


This grant effort will run through September 2025. Total funding of up to $173,000 is available and will be applied to credit unions once a finalized work plan is provided.  


Download a copy of the full RFP here.


Apply now until August 20, 2024 by clicking HERE!

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Get in touch

For more information on the Foundation’s grant program

Contact Christine Hickey, Financial Health Program Senior Manager 

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Christine Hickey

Financial Health Program Senior Manager

Christine manages the Foundation’s day-to-day financial well-being efforts, supporting the collaborative CU system efforts to grow the FinHealth Fund work, executing grants program administration, and leading the success of the CU FinHealth Conference.