Ways to Give
Why Should You Support the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Credit Union Foundations?
Simply put, because we’re better together. Individually, we can all have an impact, but when we combine our resources, that impact dramatically expands. Together, we can help others on a scale that wouldn’t be possible alone. Please join us in making New Jersey’s and Pennsylvania’s residents financially fit, and our states a strong, stable economic force in our country.
Your support makes it possible for the Foundations to proudly promote the credit union philosophy of “People Helping People,” and to help consumers to obtain financial independence by supporting financial literacy initiatives, small credit union assistance, professional development of credit union staff and volunteers, and disaster relief support for credit union communities.
Donate to the Foundations
How Can You Support the Foundations?
The Foundations raise funds through several annual events and campaigns so we may collectively provide help to our fellow credit unions and others in need. There are many ways in which you can support the work of the Foundations throughout the year. Learn more and find the best fit for you. Thank you for partnering with us so we may continue to help others.
- View the New Jersey Opportunities Catalog.
- View the Pennsylvania Opportunities Catalog.
- Learn more ways to give to the Foundations by clicking here.
We appreciate your support.
PENNSYLVANIA: The official registration and financial information of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Foundation may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free in Pennsylvania 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
NEW JERSEY: Information filed with the Attorney General concerning this charitable solicitation and the percentage of contributions received by the charity during the last reporting period that were dedicated the charitable purpose may be obtained from the Attorney General of the State of New Jersey by calling 973-504-6215. Registration with the Attorney General does not imply endorsement.