With holiday shopping officially in full swing, most of us will invest lots of time (and an even more money) getting all of those gifts together for our loved ones. Not to mention all of the money we will spend on travel, decorations, and more. While busy shopping, don’t miss out on the opportunity to […]
On behalf of all of us at First Castle Federal Credit Union, we genuinely appreciate your membership and support. We opened our newest Slidell branch this past June, and membership continues to grow in all of our branches as more people become aware of the credit […]
In honor of “International Credit Union Day” on Thursday, October 18th, First Castle FCU is holding a coloring contest for children ages two through twelve. The theme is “Members Matter Most.” There will be three winners, one per age category: 2-5, 6-9, and 10-12. Each winner will receive a $25 VISA Gift Card. The deadline […]
Did you know, you don’t have to give up your membership even if you change jobs, graduate, retire or move out of the area? Once a member, always a member. Just maintain an open account and you’re a member for life!
For a limited time, the West St. Tammany YMCA is offering a special discount for members of First Castle FCU! The YMCA offers a wide variety of programs for youth and families. Youth Programs include team sports, camps, swimming lessons, After School Academy, and more. Family Programs include Parent’s Night Out, Mom’s Morning Out, Silver […]
Here are a few of our favorite moments: Our mascot “Dinero” was excited to be a part of the Castle Kids Parade at the Army Corps in New Orleans. Our V.P. of Lending and Director of Marketing addressed the Seniors of Mandeville High School about credit awareness and gave out specially-designed “Got Credit?” t-shirts. We […]
First Castle Federal Credit Union is built on relationships…people helping people. As FCFCU members, your family can enjoy the same valuable banking products and services you already do! Family membership includes children, spouse, parents, sisters, brothers, grandchildren and grandparents. In November we saw more progress … beams going up!