Tag: Credit unions
BadCredit Wants You to Establish Good Credit
We are grateful to the editors of BadCredit.org who took an interest in Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union’s efforts to educate young members about the sound money management concept Save, Share, Spend, Earn through a partnership with Berenstain Enterprises and the creation of Bear Country Credit Union, an 1,100 square foot […]
How can we knock your socks off?
There is no shortage of studies and articles pointing to the need to boost financial literacy among U.S. citizens. Pardon any unintended bias, but quick research seems to show that credit unions actively promote and engage in financial education efforts more frequently and to greater degree than most other financial […]
NCUF’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 […]
The End of Banking at Credit Unions?
Since their inception, I suspect, credit unions have been trying to come up with a clever word to replace the noun, verb, and adjective that so succinctly describes financial institutions and the transfer of money within and between them. I’m referring of course to the B word. It’s a word […]