Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union Foundation was established to support education and charitable causes in communities served by Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union with the support of our partners.

Each year FMFCU Foundation programs impact thousands of children and adults through our numerous programs.


Garnet Valley poses with the Donna Zerby Trophy after capturing the 2019-2020 Championship in March 2020.

Consistent with its mission to advance education, FMFCU Foundation is committed to managing Delco Hi-Q, the country’s oldest, continuous high school academic quiz competition. Learn more at

Local teachers can be nominated to receive a $1,000 grant towards educational expenses and $1,000 for their school. Each year, we recognize 20 teachers and distribute $40,000. For more information or to nominate a teacher, visit

Each year, FMFCU Foundation awards five (5) high school seniors with $3,000 John D. Unangst Memorial Scholarships to use towards continued education. Learn more at

Through annual grant programs, FMFCU Foundation extends funding to projects that strengthen nonprofit organizations, implement innovative classroom projects, cover field trip cost and ultimately make our community a better place. Learn more at

Current grant programs:

  • Nonprofit Community Grants
  • Teacher Mini Grants

FMFCU Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) organization; therefore, your contribution is 100% tax deductible, as allowable by law. Donate today and receive The Berenstain Bears Visit the Credit Union, written by Mike Berenstain exclusively for FMFCU.

Your donation of $250 qualifies for one of 500 First Signed Edition copies as a thank you from FMFCU. In addition to Mike Berenstain’s signature, these beautiful collector’s quality books feature metallic ink, and foil imprints on a high-gloss cover. The story is printed on heavy, glossy stock to withstand the normal aging process with special end sheets.

Your donation of $100 qualifies for one of 1,500 Collector’s Editions, printed in hardcover with the same special treatment as the Signed First Edition.

Your donation of $50 qualifies for a paperback edition. This exclusive title is not available for retail sale but only through FMFCU and FMFCU Foundation.