April 5, 2018
Annual financial education challenge awards six Madison students total
MADISON, Wis.—Summit Credit Union announced the winner of its 2018 Project Teen Money program, its annual financial education challenge created by the member-owned cooperative to encourage students to learn about finances. Bridget Thompson, a junior at Madison’s La Follette High School, earned the highest point total this year and received a $2,500 continuing education scholarship from Summit at an award banquet earlier this week.
March 14, 2018
MADISON, Wis.—Last year, Summit Credit Union launched its VISA Global Good Card in partnership with the World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU). Summit donated $10 for each card opened and 20 percent of all interchange fees on purchases to WOCCU’s Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions. Additionally, participating members could make cash donations via their rewards points.
March 6, 2018
MADISON, Wis.—To celebrate opening a new branch in Monona, Summit Credit Union gave $50 to local charities for each new checking account opened during two weeks in January. New members selected which of three local nonprofits they would like the credit union to support. New members also received $50 credited to their checking account.
February 16, 2018
MADISON, Wis.—For the eighth year in a row, Summit Credit Union is the number one mortgage lender in Dane County, surpassing all area financial institutions. Determined by total number of loans closed, the member‐owned financial cooperative is also the top lender in Columbia County this year.
February 14, 2018
MADISON, Wis.—Over seven months in 2017, Jenniffer Price saved over $10,000 and reduced her debt by almost $5,000 on her way to winning the top prize of Summit Credit Union’s Project Money. Each year, the financial-based competition and community education program awards a $10,000 cash prize to the top-performing team.
February 6, 2018
MADISON, Wis.—Summit Credit Union has launched its fifth annual Project Teen Money program, a unique challenge created by the member-owned cooperative to help young adults be more financially empowered. Culminating in a $2,500 scholarship awarded to the winner, the competition is conducted through Summit’s in-school branches at Madison’s East, La Follette and Memorial high schools.