Celebrating and Educating Young Members
At F&A, we’re all about educating the consumers of tomorrow.
That’s why we have multiple programs designed to give young members financial knowledge that will benefit them for a lifetime.
Money Mammals – Teaching kids how to “share, save and spend smart, too!”
For kids 11 and under, we have Money Mammals, a youth educational program featuring a special website with games, apps, videos and more. There’s useful information for parents and teachers as well. See www.fafcu.org/edu to learn more.
Biz Kid$ – Introducing concepts of financial literacy and entrepreneurship.
Biz Kid$ is a national financial education program based on an Emmy Award-winning public television series about kids, money, and business. Each Biz Kid$ episode is a blend of education and entertainment. Check out the site for its blogs, news, business plans, and more! You can link from www.fafcu.org/edu.
Youth Savings Account – An incredible savings opportunity for young members — paying 6.18% Annual Percentage Yield (APY*)!
F&A not only cares about educating young members about finance, we also reward young savers. Our Youth Savings Account, open to members up to age 26 ½ who sign up for paperless e-Statements, is an opportunity to earn big, paying 6.18% APY* for the first $1,000! And for balances greater than $1,000, it pays 3.34% APY* (APY is based on a $2,000 balance).
Our Youth Savings Account features:
• No minimum balance requirement
• No service fees
And for members age 11 and under: • A FREE F&A savings bank
• A FREE Money Mammals
educational picture book or DVD
• Ongoing access to The Money
Mammals website and mobile apps
Call today at 800-222-1226 or visit an F&A branch to open an account.
*Account available to members up to age 22 1/2. Custodial accounts are not eligible. Age limit will be extended to 26 1/2 for members who sign up for paperless eStatements. Other conditions apply. See our Deposit Account Agreement & Truth in Savings Disclosure for further information. The APY is accurate as of the last dividend statement date.