Our Vision

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  • Every Rappahannock County student will graduate with a plan for the future, financial capability and resources, and academic and personal skills to pursue that plan confidently and successfully.
  • Parents, caregivers, and other adults will have access to information and tools to develop their own financial skills.
  • Every Rappahannock County student will graduate with a plan for the future, financial capability and resources, and academic and personal skills to pursue that plan confidently and successfully.
  • Parents, caregivers, and other adults will have access to information and tools to develop their own financial skills.
  • Every Rappahannock County student will graduate with a plan for the future, financial capability and resources, and academic and personal skills to pursue that plan confidently and successfully.
  • Parents, caregivers, and other adults will have access to information and tools to develop their own financial skills.
  • Every Rappahannock County student will graduate with a plan for the future, financial capability and resources, and academic and personal skills to pursue that plan confidently and successfully.
  • Parents, caregivers, and other adults will have access to information and tools to develop their own financial skills.
  • Every Rappahannock County student will graduate with a plan for the future, financial capability and resources, and academic and personal skills to pursue that plan confidently and successfully.
  • Parents, caregivers, and other adults will have access to information and tools to develop their own financial skills.
  • Every Rappahannock County student will graduate with a plan for the future, financial capability and resources, and academic and personal skills to pursue that plan confidently and successfully.
  • Parents, caregivers, and other adults will have access to information and tools to develop their own financial skills.
  • Every Rappahannock County student will graduate with a plan for the future, financial capability and resources, and academic and personal skills to pursue that plan confidently and successfully.
  • Parents, caregivers, and other adults will have access to information and tools to develop their own financial skills.
  • Every Rappahannock County student will graduate with a plan for the future, financial capability and resources, and academic and personal skills to pursue that plan confidently and successfully.
  • Parents, caregivers, and other adults will have access to information and tools to develop their own financial skills.
  • Every Rappahannock County student will graduate with a plan for the future, financial capability and resources, and academic and personal skills to pursue that plan confidently and successfully.
  • Parents, caregivers, and other adults will have access to information and tools to develop their own financial skills.

Believe in a child with your support of our county’s children, their families, and their friends.

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Rappahannock County student holding a piggy bank

To achieve this vision we:

FamilyFutures board member with students holding piggy bank accounts
  • Open a MyFuture bank account with $100 for each RCPS Kindergartner
  • Add up to $100 per year through graduation as students grow their life and financial skills
  • Support a certified financial coach in the schools who works with teachers on age-appropriate lessons and activities
  • Demonstrate the value of setting goals and weighing choices that lead to lifelong success
  • Support learning at home through workshops and tools and individual financial coaching
FamilyFutures board member with students holding piggy bank accounts

You can help our savers be what they want to be:

Illustration of kid pretending to be a bus driver
" I want to be a
bus driver "

- Barrett
Illustration of a kid pretending to be a vet
" I want to be a vet to help all animals, even snakes"

- Annabelle
Illustration of a kid pretending to be a nurse
" I want to be
a nurse"

- Alaina

How kids plan to use their savings:

• Buy a bank
• Buy a really huge 4 x 4
• Buy a house
• Go to college
• Help buy groceries
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FamilyFutures highlights
from our first year:

128

MyFuture accounts

30

Households used free tax filing assistance.

20

Individuals worked with a coach on personal financial goals

58%

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

$9,800

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

$19,300

Total in All MyFuture accounts

$160

average balance for 123 accounts

$194

average balance for Grade 1 savers (second year)

$125

average balance for new Kindergartners (first semester)

58%

Grade 1 who earned the maximum additional $100 in their accounts (first year)

78%

Current Grade 1 who earned two or more additional deposits (first year

12

middle grade students who completed summer on-line financial education

20

adults who worked with a coach on personal goals

6

student counselors from the Wonderful Wednesday camp who received match deposits to their personal savings accounts

Mail checks to: Family Futures, Box 570, Sperryville, VA 22740

FamilyFutures is a tax exempt charity under Section 501(c)3.  
Gifts are fully deductible as allowed by law.  Please consult your tax adviser.

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