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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 […]

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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 ripple effect of education and outreach

It’s no coincidence the annual Partners in Education Celebration takes place in the middle of National Financial Literacy Month, and it’s no surprise that the Philadelphia region’s premier education recognition event is organized by a credit union. Remarkable is the extent to which one credit union’s local efforts extend nationally […]

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 […]

Four Unique Ways to Promote Youth Programs

Launching an exclusive youth program spawned a bevy of unique promotional opportunities for PrimeTrust Federal Credit Union. After partnering with The Berenstain Bears Financial Literacy Program and introducing the Cub Account in April 2017, the $156MM credit union saw an immediate increase in youth membership and a plethora of opportunities […]

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 understand the concept of saving money and watching it grow! Coin […]

The Credit Union Movement—Millennials Get it!

Despite the incredible growth credit unions have experienced in recent years, the member-owned financial cooperative movement remains on the threshold of major expansion. Increasingly, millennials are choosing credit unions over big banks for a number of reasons. Namely, they get it! We at Credit Union Network for Financial Literacy are regularly […]

The Line on Credit

Believe it or not the line on credit is that in order to accrue it, you have to use it but not to the extent some would think. The debt-averse have a hard time comprehending this theory and the often bandied about notion that credit cards are a necessary tool […]

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 […]

Financial Literacy & The Bear Necessities

The Berenstain Bears Financial Literacy Program attracts attention in the UK and is featured in an article about Credit Unions in Co-operative News.