MnCUF Financial Education Grants support credit unions’ implementation of financial education projects in their credit union and communities. The application period is open so that credit unions may apply for funding at any time throughout the year.
MidMinnesota Federal Credit Union recently received a grant for their financial education videos series in partnership with Bridges, a local community resource for schools. As in person classroom presentations ceased with the pandemic, MMFCU and Bridges partnered to film short Financial Education videos for teachers to embed in their online learning or show in class.
SouthPoint Financial Credit Union also recently received a grant to work with local schools in their branch areas to provide the interactive immersive experience Mad City Money reality fair.
Financial Education Grant Applications are evaluated by the Minnesota Credit Union Foundation Board of Directors and funding is based on factors such as credit union value, community impact, collaboration, and creativity. Financial education initiatives may include projects in the following areas:
For more information and to apply, visit mncun.org/apply-for-a-grant.
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