Sign Up Savers

Your organization can help individuals to save by providing them with the opportunity to sign up as a Saver on your own website using the America Saves pledge form or on our website. When someone pledges to save, they make a basic saving plan, and research shows that people with a plan save more successfully. America Saves will be able to track how many individuals pledge to save on your website and report that information back to you.

Direct people to AmericaSaves.org/pledge or contact America Saves to get a pledge form for your website.

If you would like to include the America Saves pledge form on your website, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with:

  • Your organization name 
  • The website you would like to install the form on
  • Any local America Saves campaign you are working with

NOTE: The pledge form should live on a page dedicated to the form. 

The data we can share with you: Number of people who pledged, zip code, referral source, savings goal, and amount pledged (total and median). You can use this data to describe the savers who pledged through your form, (for example, how many dollars your website visitors pledged to save during America Saves Week). 

What we do with the data: We do not share personal information with anyone. If those pledging to save opt-in, we will send them emails and texts. We also use aggregate saver goals and amounts pledged to show the impact of the campaign.  (America Saves does not track savings accounts.)

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. today about signing up Savers!

 

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