Youth Savings Month


This year’s month-long youth celebration is focused on the theme of Credit Union Strong.

In celebration, we have the following contests going on:

  • “Pump Up You Savings!” Coloring Contest Rules and Entry Form – Click HERE
  • High School Senior Scholarship Rules and Applications – Click HERE
  • Bicycle Drawing for members between the ages of 0-13 who deposit at least $20.00 between April 1 and April 30, 2016 Official Rules – Click HERE
  • Credit Union Youth Savings Challenge to win a FitBit – Click HERE

Young people face a bewildering financial landscape in their immediate future – one where technology has made spending as easy as breathing and the cost of higher education continues to skyrocket. That’s why we believe it’s more important than ever to ensure our youth possess strong money management skills.

As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, our core values include member education and social responsibility. We care about the community where we live and work, and the people in it. We look forward to watching the next generation grow and make it even better.

By instilling the habit of saving at a young age, offering positive encouragement, and providing financial education, we can prepare our community’s youngest members for brighter futures by helping them grow into financially capable adults. Credit union strong means having the money skills to embrace an awesome future, and leaving your community better than you found. That’s why we take our mission of helping youth so seriously.

Of course, we realize the biggest influence on anyone’s life is his or her parents and grandparents. So if you want to start your kids on a path to financial strength, participating in Credit Union Youth Month is a good start.

Bring your financial buffs into Progressions Credit Union and help the pump up their savings.

For information about Youth Accounts available – Click HERE

Not a member? Learn about qualifications and JOIN ONLINE!

NOTE: All youth accounts require an adult signer on the account if youth are under the age of 18.