Mission Fed has a long history supporting the educational community in San Diego, going back to our start as Public Schools Federal Credit Union in 1961. With only 66 members, we began at a borrowed desk at the San Diego County Office of Education. In 1978 we changed our name to Mission Federal Credit Union, and expanded our membership to include all San Diegans in 2003. Throughout the years, we’ve continued that support and partnership to this day.
Take a look at our current programs to give back to local schools, teachers and students.
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See the stories of award recipients, photos from check presentations, and find out about recognition for Mission Fed for our efforts to improve San Diegan’s lives.
Mission for Nonprofits
Open a Mission Fed Checking Account today: we’ll reward you with $25 and make a $25 donation to your nonprofit of choice. These no-strings-attached funds can be used by the nonprofit for the vital programs and services it provides to the community.
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We’ve partnered with a group of local schools to create a convenient and consistent way for students to learn how to save, as well as to understand the value of money.
Our Community Story
We couldn’t tell the Mission Fed story without talking about the many ways we give back to the local community. Watch our short film “Change: Mission Fed in the Community” to find out more about what we do and to hear from a variety of our community partners.
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