LEARN THE IMPORTANCE OF SAVING MONEY WITH THE BRIGHT FUTURES KIDS CLUB!
– Save more! Share Savings Accounts with a $5 minimum to open an account and maintain a membership
– Earn more! Earn dividends on your savings.
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Financial Literacy Starts Early
Check out Remington Federal Credit Union’s No-Cost Literacy Resources for Parents, Teachers, Schools, & Other Organizations.
It is so important to teach our youth about money. By teaching the importance of saving, our youth will establish positive habits that will continue into their adult years.
Remington Federal Credit Union has taken the initiative to provide good financial values to as many young people as possible. The credit union has done so through classroom presentations, NEFE (National Endowment for Financial Education) program, and more. All of these important keys to a young person’s financial success are available to you — whether you are a parent, teacher, or organization. What makes your program successful is that we make sure that kids have fun and learn that saving is important and easy to do, all provided at no-cost to the school or organization.
In fact, Remington Federal Credit Union has received the REAL DEAL designation from the AACUL (American Association of Credit Union Leagues), and the Credit Union Association of New York. This designation is given to credit unions who support outreach efforts, which include our financial literacy programs.
Below, you will find a listing of the financial literacy learning tools available at no-cost through Remington Federal Credit Union. Check out the comprehensive listing, and if you are interested in any of our special financial literacy programs, please contact our Community Relations Department by calling 315.894.9924 ext. 228 or email your request.
Financial Literacy Presentations
We offer a variety of on-site presentations. Your child can learn about money and finances from pre-k to college
NEFE High School Financial Planning Programs
Since 1984, NEFE (National Endowment for Financial Education) has been addressing youth financial literacy with its nationally known NEFE High School Planning Program.