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April is Credit Union Youth Month!


Celebrate National Credit Union Youth Month in April!

With regular deposits at First Missouri Credit Union, balances can grow bigger than a t-rex, and the long-term benefits are bigger than a big bang.

In April, celebrate National Credit Union Youth Month with us by participating in one or more of our Youth Month challenges:

Six Flags Challenge
Enter to win Six Flags passes by:
  • Sharing a photo of you spending or saving, using #CUYouthMonth and #FMCUSaver on Facebook or Instagram. Use your imagination, and have fun!
  • Signing up for online banking and e-statements.
First Savers Challenges
  • Enter to win a $25 deposit into your account by completing this coloring page and returning it to FMCU!1
  • Earn up to $5 by depositing a minimum of $20 into your account!
Smart Savers Challenges
  • Enter to win a $25 deposit into your account by completing a learning module in our Financial Education Center!2
  • Earn up to $5 by depositing a minimum of $20 into your account!
New Account Challenge
  • Earn up to $5 by depositing a minimum of $20 into your new First Missouri Credit Union youth account!

Your savings will never go extinct at First Missouri Credit Union. Celebrate National Credit Union Youth Month, and enter to win today!



NO PURCHASE NECES­SARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Odds of winning depend on the number of entries received. Contest open 4/1/21-4/30/21. FMCU will contact the winners by 5/14/21. Contact FMCU for complete details on all offers. 1New and current First Savers members up to age 12 are eligible to participate. Artwork must be received by 4/30/21 to be eligible. 2New and current Smart Savers members ages 13 to 16 are eligible to participate. The learning module must be completed by 4/30/21 to be eligible.

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