CommonWealth One Launches Youth Summer Reading Passport Program


Financial education rewarded!

Alexandria, Virginia – WEB WIRE

Education is one of the main missions of credit unions like CommonWealth One ?? and we know education shouldn’t stop just because school is out for the summer!

This summer, CommonWealth One wants to encourage young people in the region to sit down with a good book!

To encourage reading and advance our young members ?? financial education, CommonWealth One has launched its 2021 Summer Reading Program! The program runs until August 31, and it’s a great way to encourage your child to read and learn important money management skills during summer vacation. Plus, they can earn up to $ 25!

This year, CommonWeath One is offering two reading programs ?? one is designed for ages 3 to 12 and the other is for ages 13 to 18.

Education is one of the main missions of credit unions like CommonWealth One ?? and we know education shouldn’t stop just because school is out for the summer!

Participation in the summer reading program is easy and fun. For ages 3-12, parents can download the official CommonWealth One Summer Reading Passport and Reading List. Both are available on Students can choose books from the reading list. With each book completed, the reader can earn a passport stamp and $ 5. Those who read four books and submit their completed passport (in person or electronically) will win a total of $ 25. Passports must be submitted by August 31, 2021 11:59 PM. Funds will be deposited into their Youth Savings Account at CommonWeath One, which can earn 2.1% APY on the first $ 1,000 deposited!

For 13-18 year olds, CommonWealth One is offering an electronic summer reading challenge through the Credit Union Banzai Classroom! Young people will be able to practice their money management skills and learn about running expenses, creating a budget and saving for the unexpected. Then the young people are invited to create a 30 second video about their experience detailing a few things they have learned. After successfully completing the course and submitting their video, eligible participants will earn $ 25, which will be deposited into their youth savings account.

Both programs end on August 31, 2021 and more details are available at

About CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union

Since 1944, CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, has grown into one of the premier credit unions in Washington, DC and Northern Virginia. CommonWealth One is a full-service, member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative committed to being a lifelong financial partner of its members. CommonWealth One has branches in Washington, DC, Alexandria, Virginia, and Harrisonburg, Virginia (including James Madison University).


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