Gather FCU BANK BUS SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Gather FCU School Programs:
Kapaa High School: Warrior Credit Union Student Branch
Kapaa Elementary School: Bank Bus Program
Kilauea Elementary School: Bank Bus Program
'Ele'ele Elementary School: Kid Saver Program (aka Bank Bus Program)
Kekaha Elementary School: Bank Bus Program
Bank Bus Program Overview:
In an effort to encourage savings at a young age, Gather FCU Staff arrive on campus to collect students' deposits. Deposit envelopes are sent home with students prior to Bank Bus days with instructions for parents to assist their students in completing the age appropriate deposit forms. This is meant to be a fun, real-world learning experience for our keiki. We encourage parents to open a children's account for your student so they can participate in the program.
Kapaa Elementary Bank Bus Program:
High School Students and Staff from the Warrior Credit Union arrive at Kapaa Elementary to walk the elementary students over to WCU at Kapaa High School to conduct their deposits. This occurs on Wednesday mornings.
Kilauea School Bank Bus Program:
Gather FCU staff arrives on site once a month, on the third Wednesday, to collect student deposits. Deposits are collected in the Cafeteria from 7:10am-7:55am.
Ele'ele Kid Saver Program: (aka Bank Bus)
Gather CU staff arrives on site to collect student deposits. Ele'ele School has been running this program for several years and the students collectively save about $30k every year. Good job, Ele'ele School!
Kekaha Elementary School Bank Bus Program:
Gather CU staff arrives on site once a month, on the second Thursday, to collect student deposits. Deposits are collected while students make their way to their classrooms after the morning bell. Kekaha School is starting their first year with the Bank Bus Program. Welcome to the program Kekaha School!
To allow your student to participate in any of the above programs, open a child account online at www.kcfcu.org or at any of our five branch offices. Alternatively, we offer Parent Account Opening Nights during the school year. Bring your child's birth certificate and social security card.