More about SaverLife
SaverLife was created to help people become better savers. Backed by nonprofit EARN and the San Francisco Office of Financial Empowerment, SaverLife can help you increase your financial stability and emergency savings. SaverLife provides rewards for saving and weekly saving tips from a renowned financial coach.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Join now by clicking the "Join Now" button at the top right corner of this page.
- Enter your name, email, and zip code.
- Connect your bank account to SaverLife by entering your online credentials so we can track how much you save.
- Save at least $20 each month for 6 months in your own bank account. We don't touch your money, so you'll need to move money to your linked account yourself.
- Earn $10 in rewards each month that you save at least $20.
- After 6 months, you can claim your rewards by completing an exit survey and entering your bank's routing number and your account number.
- You must be at least 18 years old.
- You must have a valid ZIP code within the nine Bay Area counties: San Francisco, Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, Sonoma, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Solano.
- You must have a valid email address.
- You must have a savings account in your name at a bank or credit union based in the United States, and be enrolled in online banking with valid credentials.
Saundra Davis is a nationally recognized financial coach and educator. Her experience in the U.S. Navy, where she made EVERY money mistake possible, and her twenty years serving community-based organizations (that is where you make the big bucks, right?) led her to the reality that the best way to help people find a path out of poverty is to help them become their OWN financial expert.
Saundra’s award-winning work has helped to shape financial coaching programs around the country and her high energy, comprehensive training programs inspire nonprofit staff to become true experts in the field.
Ms. Davis holds a B.S. in Management and an M.S. in Financial Planning from Golden Gate University, where she is currently an adjunct professor in the Personal Financial Planning program.
"I signed up to kick-start my savings goal and build a savings habit. It was extremely easy to set up and link my savings account. I like being able to track my savings and see it pay off. It's also a good reminder to know that once the money is in my savings account, it needs to stay there. It forces me to save more and think about saving first, rather than spending."