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Credit unions believe in the philosophy of “People Helping People.” One of the many ways APGFCU demonstrates this is through supporting the communities we serve.
Dedicated to the communities we serve, APGFCU strives to help members build wealth and create secure financial futures. We offer a variety of free money management programs, seminars and workshops year-round to help you achieve your financial goals. Classes are held at varying locations around our communities and are free to attend.
Meeting link will be sent prior to the seminar. Please register in advance to receive workshop materials.
Select a seminar above and click Sign Up, or call us at (800) 225-2555. Seminars are added regularly, so watch this page for updates. And if you have a particular topic you’d like us to cover, please get in touch.
In February 2012, APGFCU entered into a partnership with Edgewood High School/Academy of Finance (EHS/AOF) to open APGFCU’s first student-run credit union, and the first student-run credit union in Harford County.
Under the guidance of Academy coordinators and APGFCU representatives, EHS/AOF juniors and seniors serve as the tellers and run daily operations of the Ram Branch, including opening new checking and savings accounts, making deposits and withdrawals, and transferring money.
When students apply for positions at the credit union, they go through the same interview process as all APGFCU applicants and receive extensive training. This program allows students to gain real-world experience building skills in finance as well as leadership, management and marketing, which tie back to the core financial classes taught in the AOF.
APGFCU is a supporting partner of a number of initiatives in the communities we serve.
Are you looking for ways to enhance your benefits package? APGFCU is pleased to offer the APGFCU@Work program for your employees.
Plus, as an APGFCU@Work business partner, your employees will have complete access to all the products and services APGFCU has to offer. Become a business partner today and begin offering APGFCU membership benefits to your employees.
For information on how to get started, contact the Business Development Director for your area.
APGFCU has teamed up with Banzai to bring your employees Banzai Direct, for free — real-world financial literacy in a fun, safe way.
This program offers:
Coaches - Virtual financial advisors blend interactivity with real numbers in a guided walk-through of different scenarios – saving for retirement, building an emergency fund and more. The Coach can help individuals realize their financial goals, discipline their thinking, and take responsibility for their future.
Calculators – Whether you are saving for a house, paying down debt, or budgeting for a car payment, Banzai's interactive calculators make anticipating expenses a breeze.
Collections – Get access to articles, courses and calculators on topics like, Managing a Crisis, Buying a Home, Retirement - all in one spot. Try out this one-stop-shop to build your skills on your financial topics of interest.
Courses – Fun for the whole family with these real-life scenarios to demonstrate the power of good financial planning. For kids, teens, and young adults, these courses teach basic and advanced financial concepts. with courses designed for three different age groups - Banzai Junior (ages 8-12), Banzai Teen (ages 13-18), or Banzai Plus for adults.
Learn More About Banzai Direct
APGFCU partners with local organizations to give back to the communities it serves by providing charitable donations, volunteer hours and ongoing support to outstanding organizations every year.
In addition to our strong member commitment and financial education focus, APGFCU is also an engaged partner in our communities. We support a wide range of deserving organizations through employee volunteerism, nonprofit board membership, philanthropic grants and charitable donations.
Apply Now for Charitable Donations
Your request will be submitted to the Community Involvement Committee (comprised of board members and other APG Federal Credit Union volunteers) which makes decisions annually on the allocation of the credit union’s charitable funds.
Please submit your request by March 1. When the decisions are made and officially approved, letters and checks will be mailed to the organization. You may follow up on the status of your request by emailing us at [email protected].