Did you know that you can more than double the initial starting balance of your account by taking advantage of the below incentives? Every school year, K2C matches contributions and awards scholarships for engaging with the program!
Register for the first time or login to view your balance once a school year and we will reward each student's K2C account with a $20 incentive.
For every dollar you save, we will match you up to the first $20 you have saved during this school year. For example, when $1 is deposited, we will deposit $1. We will continue to match your savings for your first $20 saved.
For newly opened accounts, receive a one-time bonus of $20 if you make the first deposit in your student's account by the end of the school year. Act Now!
Participants who make a contribution receive the growth amount incentive based on the balance of their contributions.
Eligible students should get started and save today to take advantage of this special campaign.
- 1st-5th graders at select schools are eligible for the equity incentive for the school year which offers $150 per student on top of the $50 every SFUSD student gets when their K2C account is opened. Eligible students can earn up to a total of $300 by making two separate contributions of at least $5.
- How does this incentive work? When a contribution of at least $5 is made to an eligible student’s K2C account, K2C deposits an additional $150! And we’ll do it again if there is a second contribution of at least $5 before June 30th. Altogether, students eligible for the equity incentive could earn over $500 for college.
- Bryant Elementary
- George Washington Carver Elementary
- Cesar Chavez Elementary
- Charles Drew College Preparatory Academy
- Bret Harte Elementary
- Malcolm X Elementary
- John Muir Elementary
- Paul Revere Elementary
- Sanchez Elementary
Every K2C account receives $50 automatically. School year behavioral-related incentives are offered as funds remain available. Some incentives are automated and others may take 30 days or more to appear credited in a student’s K2C account. Incentives include the $50 credited by the City and County of San Francisco at the opening of each K2C account and may also be awarded for meeting certain savings goals or other achievements.