Fort Worth, Texas— On October 28, a gaggle of ghosts, ghouls and goblins celebrated the beginning of fall at the Northpark YMCA’s annual Boo Bash, sponsored by Unity One Credit Union. The event, which featured a piggy bank workshop, carnival games and Zombie Zumba, was attended by nearly 350 families in the Keller-area.
The highlight of the event, a piggy bank workshop, gave children a hands-on opportunity to dress up and decorate ceramic piggy banks while teaching them the importance of saving.
“Hosting these piggy bank workshops helps take the fear out of banking for children. Teaching them that saving is not only important, but fun, is just one step on the road to a successful financial future.
Unity One is proud to have partnered with the Northpark YMCA for this event and we look forward to hosting more in the communities we serve,” said Alyssa Guillory, director of community and public relations at Unity One Credit Union.
While this year’s event may be over, scary good advice from Unity One is not. The public is invited to meet with one of Unity One’s certified financial counselors to make banking a little less frightful.
About Unity One Credit Union
Established in 1927, Unity One Credit Union is the oldest credit union in Texas. A member-driven and not-for-profit cooperative, Unity One CU served the employees and families of the BNSF Railway for 70 years. However, after transferring its corporate headquarters to Fort Worth in 1998, the credit union expanded its field of membership to include other non-railroad companies, organizations and individuals.
Today, anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Fort Worth, Blue Mound, Saginaw, Haslet, Keller, Colleyville, Bedford, North Richland Hills, Southlake, St. Paul, MN and Kansas City, KS may apply for membership. Unity One CU has nine branches to serve over 30,000 members nationwide. For more information about Unity One Credit Union, visit www.unityone.org. Think outside the bank.™
ABOUT THE YMCA OF METROPOLITAN FORT WORTHWith more than 120 years of service, the YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth, impacts our community by serving over 103,000 with an emphasis on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Programs range from youth sports, child care and swimming to wellness, family events and senior adult programs. The YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth operates 13 branches in Tarrant, Johnson and Hood County and reaches a six-county service area. www.ymcafw.org