Will you support our community programs?
The FedChoice Charitable Foundation strongly believes in making a difference in the lives of young people in underserved communities and invites you to help supporting our new community programs:
Teachers’ Aid Program recognizes the expenses incurred by teachers and invites educators and administrators in the DC/Maryland/Virginia (DMV) area to apply for the Teachers’ Aid Program (TAP). TAP provides small educator grants ($250 maximum grant per educator) for teachers of math, business, economics, or general elementary education.
Educational Scholarship Program: The FedChoice Charitable Foundation will offer up to five $1,000 annual Educational Scholarships to college-bound high school students. Any college-bound dependent of a member of the FedChoice Federal Credit Union based in the DMV area is eligible to apply.
Our Foundation partners with public, charter and private schools in the DMV area to provide teachers with small grants to help offset the cost of supplies and classroom materials. We want our teachers to do the most important thing — teach and inspire our children! If you want to empower more teachers or support students with scholarships, please consider donating to FedChoice Charitable Foundation at donate.fedchoicegives.org
“It’s so important to learn how to save, how to count, you have to learn about money in order to succeed in this world…I know that schools are trying to help kids, but they need more help…I am glad the FedChoice Charitable Foundation is going to focus on financial literacy!” – Samira P.
Interested in becoming a volunteer for our Foundation?
We are inviting you to join us in our effort to bring financial literacy to local communities that we serve. Our team is working on various financial literacy and education projects and you can select from multiple projects to support. Are you ready to make a difference and change the world, one community at a time? If so, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and join our volunteer team!
The Second Issue of Our Quarterly Newsletter is Out!
The second issue of FedChoice Gives, FedChoice Charitable Foundation's quarterly newsletter
The FedChoice Charitable Foundation Takes Part in the Blacks in Government (BIG) National Training Institute
FedChoice Charitable Foundation (FCF) took part in the Blacks in Government (BIG) National Training Institute in National Harbor
FedChoice Charitable Foundation Receives Financial Literacy Grant
The FedChoice Charitable Foundation (FCF) is committed to making a positive impact in local underserved communities.
FedChoice Charitable Foundation Sponsors Blacks In Government (BIG) DC Chapter’s Community
The FedChoice Charitable Foundation is thrilled to announce that it is expanding its partnership with the Blacks in Government Chapter
FedChoice Charitable Foundation Announces Winners of 2023 Educational Scholarship Program
FedChoice Charitable Foundation is delighted to announce the winners of its inaugural Educational Scholarship Program
FedChoice Charitable Foundation Announces Winners of its Teachers’ Aid Program (TAP) Awards
The FedChoice Charitable Foundation is helping teachers TAP into funds to support classroom programs and student development
Message from the Chair
It was only about a year ago when a decision was made to reinvent the Foundation
Interview with Evelyn Sayikanmi, FedChoice Operations Specialist
Sometimes life comes full circle. A few days before the big FedChoice Headquarters visit by Cora L. Rice ES students
FedChoice Charitable Foundation Builds Strong Partnerships with BIG and FLAG
At FedChoice Charitable Foundation, we are focused on creating mutually beneficial partnerships
We Appreciate our Generous Sponsors and Donors: Over $18,000 Raised in Our First Vendor Campaign!
We are extremely grateful to each of our corporate sponsors and individual supporters for your participation
Bringing Financial Literacy Where It’s Most Needed
The Foundation’s Board of Directors was unanimous in their decision to make a strong commitment
“FedChoice, I Love You!” – How 77 Third-Grade Students Changed Our Lives
At 9:30 am on Friday, June 2, Michelle Hibbert, Community Liaison at Cora L. Rice Elementary School in Landover
Over 75 Elementary School Students Take Part in a Special Tour of FedChoice Federal Credit Union
On Friday, June 2, FedChoice Federal Credit Union hosted over 75 third-grade students and teachers from Cora L. Rice Elementary…