Telhio Credit Union offers special youth savings incentives for April’s Credit Union Youth Month

COLUMBUS, OH (April 1, 2022) — Telhio Credit Union will be celebrating Credit Union Youth Month during the month of April with a special savings match program for youth accounts.

 The theme of this year’s program at Telhio is “Saving for a Big Dream.” The purpose of this coordinated effort is to teach children the value of savings and why having a savings account is important.

“Finding ways to support our community is a priority at Telhio. Credit Union Youth Month is a perfect program for us to help teach children and their parents the importance of savings,” Leslie Bumgarner, CEO of Telhio Credit Union. “This is another way that we demonstrate to our members that they are our priority, not our profits.”

 There will be several components to the program for children, who can visit a local Telhio branch to participate. Each branch will have fun, engaging activities and giveaways that underscore the importance of saving. Parents and children are also encouraged to open a youth savings account during the month of April. Visit a branch in April and Telhio will match the child’s deposit up to $25. Little Dreamers (11 and under) who enroll in Telhio’s Money Mammals Kids Club will also receive a free gift while supplies last. More information about Telhio’s Money Mammals Kids Club is available at


About Telhio Credit Union

As Central Ohio’s fastest-growing credit union and Ohio’s top SBA (Small Business Administration) lending credit union, Telhio serves more than 71,000 individuals, families and businesses across central and southwestern Ohio with the newest innovative financial technology, while providing personalized service for each member. Founded in 1934, and owned and governed by its members, Telhio’s core values of caring, commitment and integrity guide each action and decision the credit union makes. Telhio offers 11 branching offices in Ohio and nearly 4,000 shared branching locations nationwide. Telhio is open to anyone who lives, works, worships, or goes to school in central and southwestern Ohio and participates in the highest level of combined federal and private share savings insurance available, insuring deposit accounts up to $500,000. (Federally insured by NCUA. Additional coverage up to $250,000 provided to consumer account holders by Excess Share Insurance Corporation, a licensed insurance company.)


Angela Krile
Krile Communications

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