Money Musketeers Kids Savings Club

Teach your kids the fun way to save! Visit the Treasure Store

Money Musketeers Kids Savings Club

Teach your kids the fun way to save! Visit the Treasure Store

We’re teaching children the basics of saving money to help better prepare them for the future. As a credit union, kids accounts are one of the most important tools in teaching financial literacy in our communities.

We’ve created a fun atmosphere to allow them to learn and enjoy themselves at the same time. This program provides positive reinforcement for your children by giving them rewards and fun prizes for growing their savings.

  • Earn dividends on balances greater than $5
  • Every time your child makes a deposit of $5 or more, they'll earn one D'Art Dollar1 to redeem for a wide selection of prizes in the Money Musketeers Online Treasure Store
  • Every club member who makes a deposit at least once a quarter receives a reward in the mail
  • One-year Starter Certificate available with a $100 minimum opening deposit

 

Money Musketeers Treasure Store

 

The Money Musketeers Kids Savings Club rewards your child for saving. They'll earn one D'Art Dollar (up to 25 per quarter) for every $5 deposited into their Money Musketeers Savings Account. They can view their balance and spend their D'Art Dollars on prizes like gift cards and merchandise in the online Treasure Store.

It's easy to register your child's account. Simply visit the Treasure Store and click Register in the top right-hand corner. You'll need your Money Musketeer's name, zip code and member number.

Your child will quickly learn how rewarding saving can be!

1Maximum of 25 D'Art Dollars per quarter.

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