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Start on the path to a bright financial future

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Sunrise Family Credit Union is about people helping people achieve their dreams...no matter when you want them to happen. It's important that we teach our younger members proper savings and borrowing habits.

SFCU youth account (kids 0-17yrs.)

Benefits of Opening a Youth Account

  • $10.00 minimum deposit required to open your new membership
  • Dividends are received on all savings balances
  • Certificate of Deposit (CD) minimum balance is $100 and you receive a special youth rate
  • Kids and Family Day Events which includes a Youth Month
  • Quarterly Newsletter
  • Free Mobile Banking
  • Free online Banking
  • Free eStatements 

And remember SFCU membership is open to all your family members.

What we do for our youth!

SFCU is honored that you have chosen to become a part of our family.

Since 2005, Garber High School has partnered with Sunrise Family Credit Union (SFCU) to have a student-run branch at the school. Our purpose is to provide students a hands on learning experience about the basics of managing their own money. The school branch will be run by selected students in partnership with SFCU's Director of Marketing.

*Only students, faculty and staff that work at the school can conduct business at the school run branch.

Classroom Presentations

Educating our students about money management is a vital part of our job. Our staff is available for classroom presentations to help teachers educate students about financial education. We offer a variety of topics such as: Budgeting, establishing credit, managing a checking account, debit and ATM cards plus a whole lot more. We can customize a presentation for your needs. Contact us anytime and see what we can do.

College Scholarships

Will be available to members who are graduating seniors who plan to attend a college, university or trade school. The award is based on an essay topic which is something new every year!

College Scholarships - 2017 applications will be available in December 2016


 Visit these sites for tips on being smart with your money. You'll find information about:

  • Earning and borrowing
  • Saving and budgeting
  • Spending and using checks

You'll also find out more about credit unions!

Kids, have fun and
 learn how to save money!
Teens, what's your
financial goal?
Young adults, it's your
life...are you ready?


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