Cash Corral Animals

Cash Corral

An account for members ages 0 - 12

Our Cash Corral account is designed for children (0-12 years old) who want a head start on their financial future. When you join Christian Financial Credit Union, you give your children a foundation in saving, a lifelong lesson that will continue to be valuable throughout the years. Members enrolled in the Cash Corral program will learn about spending, saving and giving from their friends in the Cash Corral on the Get Rich Ranch, including Bill the Bull, Cash the Cow, Quincy the Quarter Horse, Genny the Gift-Giving Goat, Dolly the Dollar Dog, and Penny the Pig. They can even learn budget tips from Clay, Cora, and Cliff - the “Cheap” Chicks!

The characters of the Cash Corral make sure that your little one is getting all of the great features of the Cash Corral account including:

  • Personalized quarterly newsletter with fun games and valuable information about smart savings.
  • Youth Events
  • Special Contests and Giveaways
  • And Much More!

Coloring book LogoQuincy Quarterly Logo

Click the image above to view/print our Cash Corral Coloring Book and Quincy's latest Quarterly newsletter. Meet all of the characters on the Cash Corral and learn more about how to manage your money!

Anytime, Anywhere...Access

CFCU strives to give you anytime, anywhere access to your child’s account. With our Mobile Banking and Online Banking, information is always accessible. You can also check account balances, verify deposits, transfer funds, and a variety of other inquiries.

Certificates & Dividends
CFCU also offers Youth Term Share Certificates that have a minimum deposit of only $250! Term Share Certificates are an affordable way to set money aside for what lies ahead.

Now is the time to start thinking about your child’s future. The Cash Corral account is a great way to start saving for their college education, and to begin teaching them the importance of saving. Get your little one off to a great big start!

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BizKid$ is a PBS program, sponsored by America's Credit Unions, that teaches kids about personal finance. Click the link to find fun games for kids and info for parents and teachers too!