Educating for the future
Multiplies the savings of families with children in the final year of primary school to allow their full participation in school and extracurricular activities.
What does the programme consist of?
Will Torino helps you set up a fund with which to cover the cost of school and extracurricular activities for your children.
What will you be offered?
- A non-repayable amount of up to 6,000 euros over the course of 6 years for school and extracurricular activities.
- Financial training and education, guidance and personalised educational support.
What are the requirements for joining the programme?
To join the programme you must:
- Have a son or daughter in their fifth and final year of a primary school in Turin.
- Be resident in Turin
- Have an ISEE for subsidised children’s services of no more than 15,000 euros.
How does it work?
You can save between 5 and 30 euros per month, paying as much as you can each time. The money is placed in a digital piggy bank that you can check on your mobile.
When you need to pay a school or extracurricular expense, Will Torino will quadruple your savings.
For example: if you’ve saved 5 euros a week for 4 weeks you will have 20 euros in the piggy bank. Therefore: Will Torino will raise this to 80 euros. Given that over six years you could save a maximum of 1,500 euros, Will Torino could provide up to 6,000 euros.
You can use the Will funds to pay various expenses: canteen meals, public transport, school trips, sports courses (including medical assessments of fitness to practise a given sport), after-school activities, drama, music, art, languages or IT courses, tutoring. You can buy school supplies, books, magazines and all you need for after-school activities (sports kits, musical instruments, etc.).
Will Torino can also help you buy a PC or tablet and pay for the internet connection at home. Just submit your purchase receipts.
Applications can only be completed online, on this website, by clicking on “Apply here”.
If you have any further questions, click on “Ask for help” to contact our operators.
The programme can only accept a limited number of applications each year and we will publish a ranking to let you know if you have been admitted.
In some cases, an Ufficio Pio employee will contact families to gather further details about the situation described in the application.