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To What Do You Attach Your Brand?

By | December 4th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Mission Statement… Positioning Statement… Tag Line… Core Values… These branding efforts emanate from within an organization and form the foundation of the organization’s public image. Successful branding is an outward reflection of the internal messaging and vice versa. Imagine how [...]

12 Students Face-Off Against Local Stars in Celebrity Hi-Q

By | November 6th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Activities, Charitable Giving, Charity, Credit Unions, Education, Events, HiQ|

High School Students Compete Against Local Celebrities in Academic Challenge Camaraderie and challenge are the most appealing aspects of team sports, especially when the playing field is an academic arena. As a senior member of Academy Park High School’s Delco [...]

2018 Excellence in Teaching Award Nominations

By | October 19th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Credit Unions, Education|

Colleagues celebrate Murray Schiff of Tinicum Elementary School Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (FMFCU) and Delaware County Intermediate Unit (DCIU) in conjunction with Partners in Education Foundation and Delaware County Daily Times are accepting nominations for the 2018 [...]

Trending: Financial Well-being in the Workplace

By | October 2nd, 2017|Credit Unions, Education, Financial Literacy|

Undue stress has a negative effect on health and a net-negative effect on the workplace. Certified Employee Benefits Specialist Stephen Miller cited a number of studies around the effects of financial stress on the workplace in his 2016 SHRM report [...]

Celebrity Hi-Q Kicks Off 70th Anniversary Season

By | September 25th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Charitable Giving, Charity, Education, Events, HiQ, News|

To commemorate the 70th Anniversary of Delco Hi-Q, the nation’s oldest continuous academic quiz competition, FMFCU Partners in Education and Delaware County Intermediate Unit are kicking off the milestone season with Celebrity Hi-Q, a fun competition featuring local celebrities and [...]

Education—the Best Investment of All

By | August 8th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Credit Unions, Education, Financial Literacy, HiQ, Scholarship, Youth Achievement|

by Chloe Niu, Wharton Student & FMFCU Intern Knowing where and with whom to invest is difficult. A plethora of promotions and interest rates from various financial institutions threatens a storm of confusion, but there is an investment that has proven [...]

Credit Unions Make a Difference

By | July 21st, 2017|Activities, Credit Unions, Education, Financial Literacy, News|

BY CHLOE NIU, WHARTON STUDENT & FMFCU INTERN Credit unions and banks have coexisted for a long time, each offering financial services to serve their respective members and customers. Recent directives for credit unions, however, have raised the age-old question [...]

Now Accepting 2018 Scholarship Applications

By | July 18th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Charitable Giving, Education, Events, Scholarship, Youth Achievement|

Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 John D. Unangst Scholarships awarded by Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (FMFCU). Eligible high school seniors can apply for one of eleven $1,500 awards at fmfcu.org/scholarship. John D. Unangst scholarships are awarded [...]

When Families Talk Openly About Money, It Pays

By | July 7th, 2017|Education, Financial Literacy, Youth Achievement|

Chloe Niu, Wharton Student & FMFCU Intern Children deposit saved coins into Coin Counter at Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union Saving, spending, sharing, and earning are four simple words essential to greater objectives like success and independence. According [...]

The Credit Union Difference

By | April 10th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Charitable Giving, Education, Events, Financial Literacy, HiQ, News, Scholarship, Youth Achievement|

Imagine setting out to do something good in your community and the service you provide is so valuable that the demand for it rapidly increases to the point you’re nearly overwhelmed. Demand for services is good, right? But what if [...]