Patriot Pals – Just for Kids 0-12
Patriot's youth savings program, Patriot Pals is designed to promote the fundamentals of savings while children are having fun with puzzles, contests and a passport booklet for each time they save.
What Makes Patriot Pals FUN
Patriot Pals Newsletter
Fun and games? We say yes! Every young member at Patriot will receive a fun-filled newsletter full of seasonal tips, contests and puzzles. While having fun, your child will learn about ways to save, understand money matters and key financial concepts.
Patriot Pals Savings Program
Sign up for a Patriot Pals Savings Program and you can help little ones learn about money while having fun. All it takes is $5.00 to open an account, and your child will receive fun, exciting benefits including a passport booklet, birthday postcard, financial educational opportunities, and a special newsletter full of puzzles, tips and games.
Passport stamps are earned with every $5 minimum deposit into their Patriot Pals Savings Account. This helps teach your child the excitement of savings, and your child has a way to track his or her savings effort. What’s more, when the passport is filled, your child gets a prize!
Birthdays Are Special
A happy day indeed! Your child will receive a personally addressed birthday card every year.
Fun Events Throughout the Year
A great way to get our Patriot Pals together and have a blast!
Already have a youth savings account at Patriot? Simply visit your local branch and sign up your child to be a Patriot Pal, and receive these special benefits.
Additional deposits of $10 or more may be made as often as you like
Available in terms of 24 and 60 months
Get Them Started Today!
It's never too early for them to become a member of Patriot Federal Credit Union! Enroll your child in Patriot Pals today at any branch location and Catch the Spirit of Financial Freedom with your family today!
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Coloring Contest Winners
The Winners of the Holiday Coloring Contest are shown here, one for each age group: