Together, we can encourage our youngest members to learn common financial concepts of saving, spending, charitable giving and budgeting. National Credit Union Youth Month is a great opportunity to start to engage kids and help them develop healthy money habits.
For members up to 18 years old. $25 minimum initial deposit. Quarterly interest paid on balances above $25.
Check out our Weekly Money Savings Challenge. Print out the weekly saving tracking sheet and start saving!
You can save over $300 in one year.
Our Youth Savings Account teaches children the importance of savings. Once they turn 18 years old, the account is transitioned to an "Adult" Savings. If you're a parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle, you can give the children in your life something valuable that will grow with them and that truly gives back - their first Savings Account.
NATIONAL CREDIT UNION YOUTH MONTH FUN
April Youth Month Coloring Contest
Join in the fun and earn a chance to WIN a $15.00 Gift Card!
It is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
Youth Account Weekly Deposit Drawing
During the month of April, ECU Credit Union is holding a weekly random drawing for all Youth Accounts (17 years or younger) with new deposits, $5.00 min deposit amount. One winner each week with a total of four (4) winners will be selected during the month.
National Youth Savings Challenge by CUNA
The National Youth Saving Challenge is free and open to all youth under 18 who visit a participating credit union during April. While youth are encouraged to make a deposit at the credit union, no deposit is required to enter.
Parents/guardians giving permission for their youth to enter can submit on a 3" x 5" piece of paper the following information to the credit union: Name, Date and Current Age.
Limit one entry per person. Odds of winning depend on number of entrants. This contest is void where prohibited.
In May, Credit Union National Association (CUNA) will randomly select and give a $1,000 grand prize to a participating credit union. That credit union will then randomly select 10 winners from its entrants, for $100 each.