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Supporting our Communities

2016 School Supply Drive

There's nothing like the smell of a new box of crayons!  ATFCU is sponsoring our first ever school supply drive.  From July 25 - August 5, we're collecting AISD's most requested elementary school supplies. If you'd like to help, we have two suggestions:

  • Purchase a few extra items when you're shopping for supplies for your children or grandchildren. (Target and Walmart have great sale prices right now!) Then drop them off at any of our lobby locations.
  • Consider donating your change from a teller transaction. Even small amounts can make a big difference. Think of a dime as a pencil, 15 cents as a glue stick and 50 cents as one of those great boxes of crayons.

Thank you in advance for helping to make 2016's first day of school memorable for many in our community.


Big Country March of Dimes

For the past five years, Abilene Teachers FCU has worked closely with the Big Country March of Dimes in their mission to decrease the number of premature births.  The March of Dimes was established in 1938 by President Roosevelt to fight the ongoing polio epidemic. This crippling disease, which struck children particularly hard, stole the mobility and the lives of many. Depression-era Americans enthusiastically collected dimes to finance research and therapy for polio victims. As a direct result, the Salk vaccine was developed and introduced in 1955. It has proven so successful that polio has been virtually eradicated from the world.

March of Dimes remains the only health related charity that has eliminated the disease that they were created to battle. When that goal was achieved, they turned their focus toward premature births, birth defects and healthy pregnancies. Their efforts continue to touch the lives of every child born in the United States.

ATFCU applauds the tremendous work done by the March of Dimes.  The organization celebrated their 75th anniversary in 2013 and during that landmark year Abilene Teachers FCU served as the lead sponsor for their March for Babies campaign.  Thanks to member support we were able to raise a total of $103,000. This was the largest single gift ever presented to the local March of Dimes organization.  It was a personally rewarding experience for our staff, all of whom have benefitted from the research done throughout the years by the March of Dimes.

The work continues. On a corporate level, the credit union board has elected to donate a penny for every ATFCU debit card transaction made by our members throughout 2013, 2014 and 2015.  Our staff members conduct a variety of fundraising events during the spring of each year.

College Scholarships

Each year ATFCU awards at least $12,000 in scholarships to our members graduating from high school. Honorees are chosen based upon academic achievement, extracurricular activities and evidence of financial responsibility.  Applicants need an account in their own name at the credit union.

To be eligible for the 2016 scholarship program, the applicant must be a member of record as of December 1, 2015. Accounts can be opened at all lobby locations or can be completed electronically. A student 18 years or older can open his/her account without an adult joint owner. Those younger than 18 will require an adult joint owner. Please contact a Member Services Representative for additional information.

2016 scholarship applications are currently available online, in our branches and in school counselor's offices.  This year's application deadline is April 18.

Abilene Boys and Girls Clubs

Since 2004, ATFCU has supported the Boys and Girls Clubs of Abilene with our holiday Skip-A-Payment program. Here's how it works - members in good standing can choose to skip one or two loan payments during November, December and January of each year. A modest fee of $10 is collected for each month skipped. The entire fee is then donated to The Boys and Girls Clubs of Abilene to assist their valuable work with Abilene's children. In the last decade, $1.2 million has been contributed to the local organization, making ATFCU their largest single benefactor.

While many financial institutions offer a skip-a-payment program, it is rare to find one that passes along the entire fee amount to a charitable organization. We are pleased to assist this hardworking, grassroots group that provides 'a positive place for kids to grow'.

Educational Groups

Abilene Teachers FCU provides significant support to the education foundations of both Abilene and Wylie ISD's. We also sponsor numerous Project Graduations and stock shows throughout the Big Country as well as athletic teams, performing arts groups, booster clubs and special events. If you would like your organization to be considered, please direct your request to

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