Joining 17 fellow credit unions headquartered in California, Meriwest CU has partnered with the Financial Fitness Association (FFA) to help raise awareness and promote good financial habits among its members.
Individuals who are existing members of FFA or who want to join FFA can now be served by Meriwest CU.
“We are so excited to be partnering with FFA because it will allow us to help those outside our footprint and give our community another resource and set of tools to help them manage, protect, and conserve their money at every stage of their life,” said Teresa Caseras, vice president of marketing for Meriwest CU.
In support of the agreement, Meriwest CU will pay the initial membership fee for new FFA members. The credit union serves 80,000 families and businesses throughout the Bay Area region of California and Pima County, Arizona.
FFA, a nonprofit organization founded in 2004, partners with credit unions and organizations to promote financial fitness and guide consumers through financial hurdles. FFA helps consumers address many common financial concerns, including:
Members of FFA are eligible to join one of the following California-headquartered credit unions that are active partners with FFA: