Women in Philanthropy & $en$e-Ability
Individual Development Accounts
We use your gifts to fund nonprofits in five counties to work with low-income households and foster youth to help them understand how to manage finances and increase savings.
As part of $en$e-Ability, United Way’s Women in Philanthropy is supporting work with foster youth to increase self-sufficiency through Individual Development Accounts, bank accounts that provide a 2:1 match for every dollar a foster youth saves.
Of 1,288 first-year adult participants who completed training, 62% demonstrate better financial skills and now have savings accounts.
Of the 200 foster youth in the program, 90% completed the training and earned credits toward matched savings accounts called Individual Development Accounts.
United Way’s Partners for Success
•Amador-Tuolumne Community Resources
•Child Abuse Prevention Council of Sacramento
•Koinonia Family Services
•New Morning Youth and Family Services
•Opening Doors/Community Link
•YMCA Superior California
You can help
All donations help people learn how to manage money. For less that $30 a month, you can help someone become self-sufficient. For $92 a month, you can help a foster youth become self-sufficient.