Crave 2 Save Challenge

What’s the Crave 2 Save Challenge all about?

We’re inspiring people at every age and income level in our communities to save $400 for a better tomorrow by providing hope and a solid financial strategy to help them achieve their goals.

County Challenge

Two nonprofits in each of the counties listed below are partnering with Travis Credit Union to help people learn how to save for life’s emergencies. Now through Dec. 31, 2017 counties compete to earn a grant of $75,000 to be shared by two nonprofit partners so they can do even more work in their respective communities to end the cycle of poverty.

Solano County

SparkPoint, Solano

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SparkPoint Center located in Vallejo and Fairfield is a one-stop, financial education center that helps struggling people make ends meet. Each center provides a full range of services including credit counseling, career development, financial coaching, as well as access to higher education and savings accounts.
www.uwba.org/sparkpoint


Vacaville Public Education Foundation (VPEF)

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Since 2003, VPEF has enriched the lives of students in Vacaville and teachers living in a variety of nearby cities. VPEF has raised millions of dollars for the students of the Vacaville Unified School District funding programs that educate, enrich and keep children healthy. They also help offset teachers’ out-of-pocket expenses which average $500 per year according to the Education Market Association.
www.vpef.org

Contra Costa County

Rubicon Programs

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Rubicon’s financial services help participants build the assets they need to achieve economic mobility. In addition to workshops to help participants gain a solid understanding of the issues that impact their financial health, a Financial Coach provides a customized set of services that help participants accomplish their individual financial goals, and partners with them to explore financial products and connect them to other services that promote prosperity.
www.rubiconprograms.org


SparkPoint, Contra Costa

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SparkPoint Centers are one-stop, financial education center that helps struggling people make ends meet. Each center provides a full range of services including credit counseling, career development, financial coaching, as well as access to higher education and savings accounts.
www.uwba.org/sparkpoint

Yolo County

Empower Yolo

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Empower Yolo provides community services to improve the health, social, educational, and economic outcomes of Yolo County Residents. Programs include:

  • 24 hour crisis intervention
  • Emergency shelter
  • Confidential counseling
  • Training
  • Legal assistance
  • Services for people affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking and child abuse

www.empoweryolo.org


Health Education Council

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The Health Education Council is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing access, education, advocacy and training to empower individuals towards a healthy life. Programs include:

  • Healthy eating and active living
  • Safe neighborhoods
  • Tobacco control

www.healthedcouncil.org

Merced County

Atwater Police Activities League

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Atwater PAL provides a common meeting ground for police, citizens, and the youth of the City of Atwater and Merced County in the area of social, educational, and recreational activities in order to foster and encourage our youth in faith of American principles and the traditions of sportsmanship, good will and friendship. Atwater PAL positively impacts the lives of young people and works toward reducing juvenile crime by offering alternative and positive self-esteem building experiences through sports and educational activities.
www.atwaterpal.com


Merced Scholars Charter School

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Merced Scholars Charter School provides a personalized, versatile education program; thereby preparing students to become successful, responsible and contributing citizens who read, write, communicate and calculate with clarity and accuracy, using current technologies and resources.
www.mcoe.org

You can help your county win!

Open a Travis Savings Account, break the $400 barrier, attend a free financial workshop – it all adds up for your community and for you! Simply stop by any of our local branches and get started today. Be sure to tell them that you’re supporting the Crave 2 Save challenge!

 


For complete details, please see the Crave 2 Save challenge official rules and regulations.

Official Rules

 


The nonprofit website links are provided as a convenient connection between the websites belonging to Travis Credit Union and its business partner. The policies and procedures in use at our business partner may differ from those in use at Travis Credit Union. Travis Credit Union is not responsible for the content contained in our business partner website.

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