Begin the Process of College Saving Early: The Brain Fund and Elementary Schools
With an estimated $1.2 trillion in student debt currently in play in the U.S. economy, beginning the process of saving for college cannot start too early for most families. Elementary schools can help in this process by acting as a proponent for The Brain Fund and promoting our mission of debt-free college education for all students. By promoting our programs and letting parents know about this innovative new way to fund college expenses, your school can provide real options for parents concerned about the costs associated with higher education.
How the Program Works
The Brain Fund is a not-for-profit organization founded to create practical solutions for the problem of excessive student loan debt. Our eduPOINT$ program allows parents, family members, friends and school sponsors to earn funding for college by purchasing goods and services from one of our partner companies. Multiple participants can support a single student and can earn up to $1,000 each year in funding for college. All costs for this program are borne by the companies that advertise with us, allowing your students and their parents to earn real money toward college without incurring financial hardship.
By promoting this program for your students and providing information and support for parents, your elementary school can take proactive measures to ensure the benefits of debt-free college education opportunities for children well before they reach college age. This approach can allow you to provide added help for even the youngest students in managing the problem of student debt before it occurs. The Brain Fund can turn college dreams into realities and ensure brighter futures for students attending your school.
Endorsement of a common agenda platform by the below organizations reflects support for the critically urgent need to address core social ills and the plethora of underlying interconnected and interrelated ones, but is not necessarily an endorsement of The Brain Fund’s “Action Plan”, The Peoples’ Empowerment Project (TPEP) in its entirety.