Use Westerra's fundraising program to raise money for your school sport/activity or community organization while helping students and families learn about saving money and making smart financial choices. Westerra will donate $52.80 to your school/organization for each new service opened at Westerra. Take a look at how much you can earn:
Earn Money For Your Team or Activity While Promoting Financial Literacy
Learn more about Westerra's Fundraising Program
Why More Coloradans Are Choosing Westerra
- Westerra is a local not-for-profit financial cooperative.
- Originally organized by teachers, Westerra is committed to financial education.
- Unlike banks, there are no stockholders. Everyone who has an account at the credit union is an owner.
- Profits are returned to you through lower fees and better rates.
- You'll find easy access through online banking, mobile banking, shared branches and free ATMs.
- Everyone in the Denver metro area can participate.
How the Program Works
- Your organization contacts Westerra to participate in the program.
- You send us your logo, name of program, address where checks should be sent and contact information.
- Westerra develops a marketing flyer you can distribute in hard copy or email to your group.
Click here to view a sample flyer.
- When families come in to Westerra and mention your organization, we donate $52.80 to your organization for each account that is opened.
- Checks are sent in January, April, July and October to your organization for all accounts opened in that quarter.
Frequently Asked Questions
To Open Accounts – Parents, students, friends and family can stop by any Westerra branch, conveniently located throughout the Denver metro area. Parent/guardian must accompany child or teen (0-17 years) with valid identification to open their accounts. Everyone in the Denver metro area can participate.
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For more details or questions about the program, please call 303-329-4518 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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