We want to support your student’s future success.

It can be tough to start thinking about education after high school while your student is still young. Knowing how to get started saving and actually doing it can be the hardest part.

Promise Indiana Fulton County is here to help.

If you start a CollegeChoice 529 account for your student, Northern Indiana Community Foundation will deposit the first $25 to kick-start your savings. Students can also earn a match from the community when they raise money for their future education. If they receive $25 in deposits, we’ll add another $25. At school, students will discover college and careers in the classroom and explore Ivy Tech Logansport for a campus experience.

New to Promise Indiana Fulton County? You’re in the right place. Keep reading below to learn more about the program and how to get involved.

Ready to start a CollegeChoice 529 account for your student or to log in and check your balance? Click here.

Why should families participate?

Together, we are building hope for bright futures.

Since 2016, we’ve supported Fulton County students to start and grow their savings for education and dream about their futures.

Each year, all 180 kindergarten students in Fulton County discover college and careers in their classrooms and explore Ivy Tech Logansport.

To date, 5,008 deposits have been made for Fulton County students' future education.

Fulton County families have saved and earned matches totaling over $208,361 for future education.

On average, Fulton County students who are saving have $425 for their future education.

“My children are in high school and they are now seeing the expense of college. We contribute and they do as well, to help offset their college expenses. The additional money that Promise Fulton County randomly provides excites them, no matter their age! ”
Heather Bradley, Parent of Rochester High School students
“Our kids absolutely love when they get to visit a college campus, for most, it is the first time they have ever set foot on another campus. Many have heard of college, but this experience really gives them an understanding of what is offered and what the experience is like.”
Jason Snyder, Principal, Columbia Elementary, Rochester

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