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Visit our Holiday Giving Trees!

Visit our Giving Trees at each branch and select a tag or a few tags to help those in need! Now through December 14th, 2019!

Each Sioux Empire FCU branch has a blue tree dedicated to a specific community cause. The items on the trees may be everyday wish list items or individual gifts requested. With your help we hope to complete a matching gift for each tag hanging on the trees. To supplement our member gifts, the Credit Union will also be using funds raised at our fall bake sale to support the giving tree items.

For more information visit https://www.siouxempirefcu.org/givingtrees.


Easy Ways to Get Cash for Unneeded Possessions
Ways to earn money for extras

If you need funds for a shopping spree or splurge, consider the following tips to earn extra money.

Is Short-Term Disability Insurance Worth It?
Understanding which options are right for you

When you sign up for employee benefits, it’s easy to get confused by all of the options. Short-term disability insurance is a common type of coverage you’ll have to consider.

Tips for Getting Better Gas Mileage
Travel farther on a gallon by easily improving efficiency

It seems like only yesterday you filled your car’s gas tank up, and already you’re back at the pump filling it up again. Where did all that gasoline go?

Family-Friendly Winter Activity Ideas
Family fun all winter long

Less daylight, lower temps and freezing precipitation can force anyone into hibernation. Don’t let winter and its unique challenges get you and your family down.

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