City of Indianapolis declares April 10 Financial Center First Credit Union Day
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (April 13, 2018) — The City of Indianapolis has honored Financial Center First Credit Union by naming April 10 ‘Financial Center First Credit Union Day’. Signed by Mayor Joe Hogsett, the proclamation recognized Financial Center for its financial literacy and community outreach that resulted in the Indianapolis-based credit union receiving four national awards by the Credit Union National Association in February of 2018.
Recognition from the proclamation came as a result of Financial Center providing free financial education to over 3,000 in Central Indiana Hoosiers in 2017 and for its exclusive partnership to serve as the financial literacy partner of the Consulate of Mexico.
“We thank Financial Center for their years of service to Indianapolis,” Mayor Joe Hogsett stated within the proclamation, “including its members, its employees, and the community at large.”
“Financial Center has always been focused on improving the financial lives of its members and the community we serve, but it is truly an honor to be publically recognized for our efforts by Mayor Hogsett and the City of Indianapolis,” said J. Kevin Ryan, the Credit Union’s President and Chief Executive Officer.
About Financial Center First Credit Union
Financial Center First Credit Union is an $847 million credit union whose mission is to improve the financial lives of its members who live or work in Indianapolis, Kokomo, Muncie, and their surrounding counties. Over 69,000 members at Financial Center and its Muncie-based division, Ball State Financial, take advantage of competitive rates and lower fees by banking with the Central Indiana-based credit union. Financial Center is proud to empower the community by supporting military veterans, feeding the hungry, and bringing award-winning financial education to all. Learn more at fcfcu.com.