TTCU Announces $144,750 in Donations to Oklahoma Schools

TTCU Federal Credit Union donated $144,750 to Oklahoma schools this August through its School Pride program, with $18,500 going to the Broken Arrow Public School District.

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SUPPORTING EDUCATION: Rosie Kramer, business development partner at TTCU Federal Credit Union, presents a check to Dr. Janet Vinson, superintendent of Broken Arrow Public School District.

“I’m pleased to announce that our August School Pride donations were nearly a 20% increase over last year,” TTCU President and CEO Tim Lyons said. “TTCU was founded by teachers, but now we accept members from all walks of life. However, our passion for supporting local schools remains the same.”

Numerous other Tulsa-area school districts benefitted as well. Bixby received $5,500, while Union Public Schools received $8,500 and Jenks Public Schools received $7,500. Over the past 14 years, TTCU’s School Pride program has distributed over $1 million to area schools.

The School Pride program began in 2007 as a way for TTCU to give back to area schools. TTCU members select from among over 60 School Pride designs honoring area schools, and every time they use their debit card, TTCU makes a financial donation to the school.

A TTCU checking account with a School Pride Visa debit card can be opened online or at any branch. Visit for more information.

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