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Online Information Sessions Available

Promote Financial Literacy and Credit Union Membership Join us for a no obligation online information seminar and learn how The Berenstain Bears Financial Literacy Program can help your credit union educate young members and attract family membership. Find out more about this fun and unique solution designed by credit unions […]

America Saves Week: Franklin Mint sets children up for financial success

America Saves Week: Franklin Mint FCU sets children up for financial success From https://www.nafcu.org/newsroom/america-saves-week-franklin-mint-sets-children-financial-success As part of America Saves Week, NAFCU is highlighting the efforts of member credit unions with strong financial education programs that encourage members to save and strengthen their personal finances. Today, see how Franklin Mint Federal […]

The Berenstain Bears Financial Literacy Program Expands to Florida!

Welcome Okaloosa County Teachers Federal Credit Union The credit union was chartered in February 1960 to serve the Okaloosa County School Board, Okaloosa Walton Junior College and St. Mary’s. It was formed with the help of a few local residents in north Okaloosa County, Florida. Today, Okaloosa County Teachers FCU […]

School Spirit Contest Engages Community

Chichester, Pa. School District’s Hilltop Elementary School has been awarded a special assembly featuring The Berenstain Bears Financial Literacy Program, courtesy of Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (FMFCU). Each year FMFCU invites schools in its field of membership to participate in an online School Spirit Contest. The school receiving the […]

The Foundation’s Gigi Hyland Named Financial Literacy Advocate of the Year

For her commitment to and active involvement in financial education, National Credit Union Foundation (the Foundation) Executive Director Gigi Hyland has been named 2018 Financial Literacy Advocate by Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (FMFCU). She will be formally honored April 19, 2018 at the annual FMFCU Partners in Education Celebration, […]

A Financial Literacy Legacy

John D. Unangst, President & CEO of Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (FMFCU) and conceptualist of The Berenstain Bears Financial Literacy Program is fondly remembered as a visionary leader. John’s idea to initiate conversation with Berenstain Enterprises was the planted seed that continues to sprout. He knew such an exclusive […]

Get The Berenstain Bears’ Trouble with Money Credit Union Edition

Credit Union Network for Financial Literacy (CUNFL), the sole distributor of the credit union version of The Berenstain Bears’ Trouble with Money (Random House) is making this title available to all credit unions. Before now, this special edition of the 1983 classic was only available to credit unions participating in […]

Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union Announces the Passing of John D. Unangst

Below, please find an official FMFCU press release regarding this sensitive matter. Please direct questions to TomK@fmfcu.org. Chadds Ford, PA – Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (FMFCU) announces the passing of President and CEO John D. Unangst over the weekend. Under his stewardship for over 40 years, Unangst led the […]

Coin Counters: A Tool To Teach Children Sound Money Management

Coin Counters are an integral part of a credit union’s youth program. They provide children with a goal to save money and a memorable experience when the coins are dropped into the machine, sorted, and deposited. Even very young children can understand the concept of saving money and watching it grow! […]

Berenstain Bears Road Trip Promotes Financial Literacy & School Spirit

Fun-Filled Assembly was Prize for Winning School Spirit Contest The Berenstain Bears visited Woodlyn Elementary School in Ridley, PA, Thursday, June 9, 2016 as part of a special story time assembly, which the students earned after winning Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union’s annual School Spirit Contest. The second consecutive online […]