Pictured Left to Right: Kiana Headland (Alvarado High School), Christian Turnley (Keller High School), Emily Hailey (Fort Worth Christian School), Frank Molinar (White Settlement ISD Superintendent and EECU Board Member), Sydney Peel (Colleyville Heritage High School), Deanna Pierce (Richland High School). Not Pictured: Ifeoluwa Obayan (Mansfield Timberview High School).
Pictured Left to Right: Kiana Headland (Alvarado High School), Christian Turnley (Keller High School), Emily Hailey (Fort Worth Christian School), Frank Molinar (White Settlement ISD Superintendent and EECU Board Member), Sydney Peel (Colleyville Heritage High School), Deanna Pierce (Richland High School). Not Pictured: Ifeoluwa Obayan (Mansfield Timberview High School).

Thursday evening, EECU announced the 2015 Glenn Mandeville Memorial Scholarship winners at its annual shareholders meeting. The program, which was founded to honor long-time Fort Worth educator and former EECU board member Glenn Mandeville, awards six $5,000 academic scholarships to deserving students each year – three students pursuing education and three pursuing other fields of study. Continue reading

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Did you know that your mobile phone could make you vulnerable to malware attacks or identity theft? Because Apple and Android approach security differently, I am going to touch on each device type separately to discuss risks and how to protect yourself. Here, we will focus on Android phones and tablets.

According to F-Secure, in 2013 Android devices accounted for 97% of all mobile malware. With nearly 85% of smartphones worldwide running Android, it is understandable why malware creators would focus on it. Continue reading

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November is here and the race has begun to power through the holidays and into 2015. For many of our members, that means traveling across the country or world to celebrate various holidays with family and loved ones. But before you hop on a plane to grandma’s, it’s important to make sure your finances are in order to avoid late payment fees and accidental overdrafts. Continue reading

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With the end of the year rapidly approaching, people may find their focus shifting to holiday plans and family events. Traditionally this also means home buying plans take a backseat to the coordination of Thanksgiving dinner and thoughts about how to pay for all the holiday festivities coming up. Actually, now might be a really good time to focus on what it takes to buy your first home.

Part of buying a home is figuring out what it takes to make it all come together. The fun part is deciding where to look, how many bedrooms you need and if you finally get that game room with the large screen TV. The not-so-fun part is figuring out how much that all costs, what sort of down payment is required and what your monthly budget will look like with your dream home in hand. That’s why planning is very important, and what better time than now to work on putting it together? Continue reading

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Tarrant Area Food Bank provides nearly 2 million meals each month across 12 counties surrounding Fort Worth through the donations of generous people and businesses. EECU supports this cause each year through a food drive.

Now through December 18, bring non-perishable food items to any EECU branch to donate to our annual food drive. All donations will be delivered to Tarrant Area Food Bank immediately following the drive, and we want to wow them with the generosity of our donors.

Annual Food Drive Pounds of Food Donated
2014 Goal: 1500
2013 1300+
2012 769
2011 818

List of Accepted Items (Non-Perishable Only)

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As credit union employees, service is in our blood. It’s not just a paycheck that brings us to work each day. Rather, we’re driven by the opportunity to help our members achieve their goals and invest in the community where we live. That commitment impacts every part of our business, and is why EECU has been named one of the Best Credit Unions to Work For by Credit Union Journal. Continue reading

Saving money isn’t just about making a transfer to your savings account when you have extra money available. It’s about living within your budget so you can pay yourself and stop relying on your next paycheck before it even arrives. So we want to see how you save.

Now through November 21, connect with us on Facebook to submit a photo, image or video demonstrating how you save money, and you could win up to $500 toward your savings account!

Visit EECU on Facebook to Enter

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