Task based learning app

Making learning rewarding

Coins For College builds connections among parents, foster care agencies, and children while facilitating sponsorships from businesses and philanthropists. With rewards and community support, it empowers every child’s journey to higher education.
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Foster children are more likely to have experienced trauma, more likely to switch schools, and are more likely to drop out of high school.

barriers to educational success

Research indicates that children in foster care are more likely than their non-foster care peers to be absent from school, have special education needs, and to experience traumatic life events. In turn, they are also less likely to graduate high school and to attend/graduate from college.

Although 84% of foster youth express a desire to attend college, only 20% of former foster youth actually enroll in college

Scholarship Points

Parents can create fun and educational tasks for their kids, who earn scholarship points upon completion. These points unlock a world of rewards, fostering a sense of accomplishment and motivation for continuous learning.

Learning: One task at a time

Leveraging technology to gamify learning and incentivize educational tasks, Coins for College promotes educational innovation and creativity, making learning more engaging and accessible to children from diverse backgrounds

Amplifying Impact and Efficiency

By consolidating resources and enhancing efficiency, smaller agencies can pursue larger-scale objectives with greater ease. This cohesion simplifies the process of engaging philanthropists, sponsors, and businesses, enabling them to make more significant impacts with fewer financial decisions. Through collaboration, Coins for College empowers agencies to maximize their influence and drive positive change in education.

Need for Coins For college

Over 70% of students lack a bachelor's degree

Just in United States, almost 9 out of every 10 students have completed high school or have an equivalent degree. However, only 1 out of every 5 people in those states have achieved a bachelor's degree or a similar type of education.
West Virginia

Short-term rewards for Long-term goals

build a trajectory towards higher education

Children earn Scholarship Points for learning and chores, redeem for rewards, aiding college readiness and financial support.

Community Collaboration

We believe in the power of communities coming together. Partnering with local businesses and community sponsors, we create a network that actively contributes to the educational well-being of every child.

Special attention to children in need

By specifically reaching out to foster care children, Coins for College empowers marginalized groups to access education and pursue higher learning opportunities, contributing to reducing inequalities in education.

Fostering Futures

Our commitment to Coins for College goes beyond points and rewards; it’s about empowering foster care children with the belief that education can be a transformative force. Every task completed is a step toward a brighter future, and together, we're building a community that champions their potential and dreams.
Joshua Samuel