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Community Nonprofit Grant Recipients Announced

July 25, 2022

For the third consecutive year, FMFCU Foundation will award seven different nonprofit organizations Community Grants. A total of $6,500 in funds will be distributed to fund programs or projects that deliver measurable, sustainable improvements in the communities we serve. With programs ranging from outdoor classrooms for elementary school students to inmate job training, over 2,500 […]

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FMFCU JUNE 2022 SECURITY NEWSLETTER

June 27, 2022

ELDER ABUSE FINANCIAL PREVENTION MONTH FMFCU cares about the safety and security of our members. June is Elder Financial Abuse Prevention Month and we highly recommend taking just a few minutes to read about the signs and types of elder abuse scams, including ways to protect yourself or a loved one. FINANCIAL SIGNS OF ELDER […]

FMFCU Foundation Accepting Community Grant Applications

May 20, 2022

Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union Foundation is now accepting Community Grant Applications for projects to strengthen nonprofits and enhance programs in our community. Each grant will fund up to $1,000 for a specific project or program needed to make the community a better place. Grants may be used toward the continuation of an existing program […]

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FMFCU April 2022 Security Newsletter

April 28, 2022

FMCFU cares about the protection and security of our members and their financial accounts. Our new videos will show you how to improve your security awareness and how to utilize the free tools FMFCU provides to our entire membership. Learn how you can SECURE your FMFCU Debit Card. More Videos Enhance your ACCOUNT SECURITY with […]

FMFCU Foundation Pledges Donations for Ukraine – You Can Help

April 8, 2022

FMFCU Foundation has pledged $10,000 to help purchase ambulances needed to evacuate and treat Ukrainian refugees. Funds are going directly to the Polish Credit Union Association who is working with the Polish government to procure the hundreds of needed ambulances. Each ambulance costs $75,000 and several local credit unions have committed to working together with […]