Match the Promise, a statewide initiative designed to help Texas children achieve rewarding careers and strong incomes, encourages families with stretched budgets to save for postsecondary training and education.
As a 501(c)(3) federal tax-exempt public charity, the Texas Match the Promise Foundation℠ is eligible to accept tax-deductible donations from Texans to supplement the college savings of these families and help their children enjoy the promise of the future. Contributions to the Foundation will be used to offset tuition costs on behalf of approved scholarship recipients.
1. Mail your contribution to:Match the Promise Foundation
Make checks payable to the Texas Match the Promise Foundation.
2. Search the Comptroller's website to find out if you have unclaimed property that you can donate.
3. Call 800-531-5441, extension 3-7570.
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