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National Youth Saving Challenge Rules

The National Youth Saving Challenge is open to all youth under 18 who visit a participating credit union during April. While youth are encouraged to make a deposit at the credit union, no deposit is required to enter.

Parents/guardians giving permission for their youth to enter can submit on a 3" x 5" piece of paper the following information to the credit union:

  • Name
  • Date
  • Current age

Limit one entry per person.

On May 14, 2014, Credit Union National Association (CUNA) will randomly select 25 participating credit unions to each receive one $100 award. Each credit union will then randomly select one winner from its entrants. Your credit union will notify you if you are one of the 25 winners.

Odds of winning depend on number of entrants. A list of winners will be posted on this website on or after May 16, 2014. This contest is void where prohibited.

 
National Youth Savings winner - Bryar

2013 National Youth Saving Challenge Winners

During Youth Week, 117,244 youth deposited more than $25.2 million at 224 participating credit unions. These 10 children were selected randomly and will each receive a $100 prize through the National Youth Saving Challenge.

Amara, age 8, of St. Louis, Mo., from Electro Savings FCU
Sydney, age 2, of Jacksonville, Fla., from Jax FCU
Bryar, age 1, of Neenah, Wis., from Lakeview CU
Rylee, age 5, of Toccoa, Ga., from North Georgia CU
RJ, age 5, of Augusta, Ga., from Richmond Community FCU
Christopher, age 9, of Loves Park, Ill., from Rockford Postal ECU
Rylee, age 2, of Zimmerman, Minn., from Sioux Valley Coop FCU
Charleigh, age 1, of Mechanicsburg, Pa., from Susquehanna Valley FCU
Cheyanne, age 3, of Daly City, Calif., from United Health CU
Max, age 4, of Monument, Colo., from Wilmington Postal FCU

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