Grow Today
For Tomorrow

We see a future where children and families have tools and resources to make choices that allow them to confidently pursue their path to financial stability.

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"Go confidently in
the direction of your dreams.
Live the life you have imagined.

- Thoreau
An adult woman and child hold a compass together.

Our Programs


Every Rappahannock County student will graduate with a plan for the future, financial  

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We offer workshops on general financial topics.

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1 to 1 Coaching

Focus on your own goals
and progress

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We're Here to Help

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Who we are

FamilyFutures is a Rappahannock 501(c) 3 nonprofit established in 2019 that receives no public funding. We support development of life skills through school-based activities aligned with state requirements for college and career exploration.

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What we do

We support school-based learning for students, as well as workshops, and home- and community-based opportunities to extend financial and personal skill building to family members and other adults. Our work complements that of other nonprofits.

FamilyFutures highlights
through October 2021


MyFuture accounts


Households used free tax filing assistance.


Individuals worked with a coach on personal financial goals


Earned the maximum $100 for activities when schools were closed for Covid; 78% earned two or more additional deposits.


Total Savings: First graders have more than $9,800 in their accounts


Total in all 190 MyFuture accounts
January 2020-June 2022


Average balance for all active accounts: Kindergarten, Grades 1, 2, June 2022


Students who completed 5 or more learning activities in 2021-22


Percent of active students who earned an incentve for Star Behavior 2021-22 school year


New deposits into student accounts for 2021-22
school year


Percent of all active students who earned $100
in 2021-22 school year


Kindergarten students who earned new deposits in the 2021-22 school year


Grade 1 students who earned new deposits in the 2021-22 school year


Grade 2 students who earned new deposits in the 2021-22 school year

What They Say

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