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Unleash the Power of Saving

Being a savvy saver is something that must be learned and practiced for success, and the earlier good saving habits are formed, the better. We celebrate National Credit Union Youth Month every April as part of our commitment to our young members.

This year’s theme – “Unleash the Power of Saving at Your Credit Union” – helps make saving for the future fun. Join us in helping children appreciate the importance of putting money aside!

  1. Open a CommonWealth One youth savings account with as little as $5. They'll earn 2.1% APY* on the first $1,000 on deposit.
  2. Download the CU Youth Month Entry Form and Coloring Page. All kids age 12 and under will receive a $10 deposit to their CommonWealth One youth account when they submit their CU Youth Month Coloring Page. Plus, there will be a random drawing for $100 among all entries!1 You can submit your child's entry form here.

It's never too early to lean the value of money. National Credit Union Youth Month is the perfect opportunity to jump-start good habits that will last a lifetime. 

We also offer more financial resources to help:

*Annual Percentage Yield (APY). Youth accounts earn 2.1% APY on the first $1,000 on deposit. Standard APY will apply to account balances over $1,000. 

1No purchase or membership is necessary to enter. Drawing contest is open to children 12 and younger. Entry form must be submitted by a parent or guardian. Only one entry permitted per child. Entries must be received by 11:59 pm, Sunday, April 30 2023. The first 100 qualified participants to submit the CU Youth Month coloring page will receive a $10 deposit to their CommonWealth One account. One winner will be randomly selected from all qualified entries on Tuesday, May 2, 2023. Winner will receive a $100 deposit. All prizes will be awarded by Wednesday, May 10, 2023.

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