Financing or refinancing your vehicle through FSU Credit Union ensures a great rate, personal service and a donation to a worthy local charity. We highlight one or more charities each month, and with each eligible loan, our team makes a donation to these great community organizations. Through the support of members, FSU Credit Union has donated more than $125,000 to local organizations since the Borrow 4 Less, Give Back More program was created in 2013. In addition, a select group of non-profit organizations receive donations through a special partnership that runs throughout the year.

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BORROW 4 LESS, GIVE BACK MORE
MONTHLY PROGRAM

All year long, completed auto loans benefit local charities. FSU Credit Union donates $10 to the month’s selected charity for every completed auto loan processed that same month.

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BORROW 4 LESS, GIVE BACK MORE
ONGOING PARTNERSHIPS

FSU Credit Union selects and partners with several local charitable organizations on an on-going basis. Charities encourage their supporters to work with FSU Credit Union for their auto financing and refinancing needs. In turn, FSU Credit Union donates $50 per completed auto loan if that organization’s unique promo code is used on the loan application.

PREVIOUS RECIPIENTS

Alzheimer’s Project, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Red Cross, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend, Capital City Youth Services, Children’s Home Society, Children’s Week, CU4Kids (Children’s Miracle Network), Early Learning Coalition, Elder Care Services, FSU Food Pantry / Second Harvest of the Big Bend, Girls on the Run of the Big Bend, Goodwill Industries, Junior Achievement Big Bend, The Kearney Center, Kidz1stFund, Leon County Humane Society, Lutheran Social Services, Parkinson’s Outreach Association, Police Academy, Rock The Pink, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Tallahassee, Southern Scholarship Foundation, Stubbs Educational Foundation, Tallahassee Future Leaders Academy, Tallahassee Museum, Tallahassee Youth Orchestras, Inc., WFSU, World Ballet, Inc. and Young Actor’s Theater.