Give the Gift of Membership
This year, give your child something that can last a lifetime. No need to fight the crowds at the stores or track a package for delivery. This year, give your child the gift of an SRP Membership. By doing so, you are providing them the opportunity to be a part of a financial institution that provides financial literacy to students through programs designed to help kids understand the value of saving, spending and sharing money. SRP is a financial institution that gives back to local high schools through the SRP Affinity Debit Card Program, and a financial institution that is a credit union that operates by the credit union philosophy of “People helping People.” Right now, when you open your child’s membership with SRP and deposit a minimum of $10, SRP will deposit $50 into the new youth membership account. Stop by any SRP branch today to open your child’s account and this year, give the gift of an SRP Membership.
Good Things are Happening at SRP!
*Offer applies to new youth memberships opened November 12, 2021 through December 31, 2021 for ages 0 through 17. Youth and TAP accounts require joint ownership of the minor’s parent or legal guardian over the age of 18. The Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is 0.10% APY for savings accounts and 0.01% APY for checking accounts and is current as of November 1, 2021. Rates subject to change after account opening and fees may reduce earnings. To earn the advertised bonus, a $10 minimum deposit is required at the time of account opening. Upon confirmation of eligibility,$50 will be automatically posted to the account no later than 1/30/2022. Offer is subject to change or may be extended at the Credit Union’s discretion. This offer may not be combined with any other offers. New youth membership accounts may be opened at any branch location. This promotion is considered a bonus and a 1099-INT will be issued for all credits posted as a result of this offer. Membership eligibility requirements apply. Visit www.srpfcu.org for more information. Other restrictions may apply. Federally insured by NCUA.