More than five years after launching one of the nation's most innovative matched savings programs for extremely disadvantaged youth, the Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative has data showing that more than 3,000 young people aging out of foster care collectively have savedmore than $3.1 million.
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Title:: The Opportunity Passport: Building Assets for Youth Aging Out of Foster Care
Publication date: 2009-06-01
Publication Year: 2009
Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative
North America / United States
, asset purchasers
, matched savings
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