(Indianapolis, IN, October 7, 2020) Indiana Members Credit Union (IMCU) recently presented a check for $1,139 to the Franklin Township Education Foundation, which supports Franklin Township Schools, as part of an ongoing school spirit debit card program. The partnership allows Franklin Township School District supporters the opportunity to show their school spirit and support the foundation by signing up for a Franklin Township Education Foundation debit card. Every time the card is used as a signature based transaction, Franklin Township Education Foundation benefits. The more cards that are in use, the larger the contribution. Since beginning the program in 2013, Franklin Township Education Foundation has earned $8,349.08 through this IMCU giveback program.
Lori Foudray, IMCU’s Stop 11 Branch Manager, presented the check to Dr. Kent Pettet, President, Franklin Township Education Foundation Board of Directors, and Dianna Miller-Wilson, Executive Director, Franklin Township Education Foundation, on Wednesday, September 2, 2020.
The card is available for issue to members at the IMCU Stop 11 Branch, 5940 E. Stop 11 Road, as well as IMCU’s other 30 Indiana locations. The IMCU Franklin Township Education Foundation debit card is free to members with IMCU’s free checking account and can be issued immediately through IMCU’s Instant Issue program, which allows members to receive their debit card on the spot. Help support Franklin Township Schools and visit the IMCU Stop 11 branch or imcu.com for details!
About Indiana Members Credit Union
Indiana Members Credit Union, headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, was founded in 1956 on the campus of IUPUI. IMCU has since grown to 31 branches, serving Central and Southern Indiana, offering consumer and business members a full array of products and services. Traditionally offering better rates on loans and deposits, IMCU maintains true to its roots by “Keeping It Simple” for members. For more information, please visit IMCU online at www.imcu.com.