From the Archives: February 2013

Building Lifelong Relationships Online 

Building Lifelong Relationships Online
A report from education nonprofit organizations Joan Ganz Cooney Center and Sesame Workshop finds that about 80% of children in the U.S. ages five and younger who use the Internet do so on at least a weekly basis. If your credit union doesn’t already have an online youth program, now is the time to add one. Also, parents are now realizing the importance of financial literacy for their children and are more often than not using the Internet as their major resource.

CU Solutions Group not only has four youth websites to choose from in its Growing Members program, we can also help you develop a customized youth program just for your credit union. Whichever you choose, they teach your younger members the pros of saving and other aspects of financial literacy in a fun and engaging way. Our Growing Members youth sites are:

Each site comes in a standard format, a co-branded format or can be customized. To expand the youth experience CUSG offers e-newsletters for children, teens and young adults and support materials for the Early Bird and iCount programs. Materials include membership cards, welcome and birthday postcards in addition to posters, statement inserts and more. CU Solutions Group can also work with you to develop an online financial literacy program to use with your local schools.

Tap into one of the fastest growing markets and develop lifelong relationships with your younger members. Call (800) 262-6285, email or click here to learn more about the Growing Members youth programs.

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