We provide parents and kids with the resources they need to establish healthy financial habits when they’re young. A Thrive Kids’ savings account gives kids the opportunity to build a positive relationship with the credit union and become comfortable depositing and withdrawing cash. Thrive Kids receive gifts, can enter quarterly contests, win prizes and gain access to member only events.
Print out or pick up a coloring sheet of a Thrive pumpkin and create your pumpkin with your own fun style! When you’re done, put your name and account number on the back. Bring the colored page to one of our offices. We’ll put it up for everyone to see. We’ll vote on our favorite coloring page and the winner will receive a $25 gift card to Toys Forever Model & Hobbies.
- Print off the Thrive coloring sheet here
It’s easy to become a Thrive Kid:
- Parent/Guardian go to any Thrive location
- Provide kid’s social security number
- Deposit $5 to open an account
Parent/guardians who are not members will have to provide some personal information along with a legal form of identification to open a Thrive Kids’ savings account.
Products and services:
- Savings account – Joint account with a parent/guardian.
- Free online and mobile banking
- Thrive piggy bank when account is opened
- $5 birthday gift card to The Barking Cow
- Quarterly e-newsletter
- Access to online educational materials
- Opportunities to enter contests and win prizes
- Free year-round family events
Educational Materials and Resources:
Our goal is to teach kids what money is and how it can be used. Thrive uses our materials, along with Pocket Cents, to help parents instill great financial practices in kid’s lives through various lessons over time:
Match coins to earn money you can use to build a magical world. The game is designed to help teach the value of money through the concepts of earning, saving and spending money, while incorporating basic math concepts.
Take a virtual road trip across the country. Spend money wisely to complete challenges on a difficult journey.