SVSU-Wildfire partnership brings financial services, scholarships

Sagina Valley State University has named the Durafer Credit Union as a financial services partner.

Under the 10-year agreement, Wild Fire provides $ 100,000 a year for scholarships, an ATM on campus, a mini-grant program to support SVSU student organizations, financial support and continued support for SVSU Athletics.




“We welcome Wildfire as our new financial services partner. Community-minded organizations have been around for a long time, and we are excited about the new opportunities that this relationship will create, said SVSU President Donald Bachnd. “Scholarship support plays an important role in helping more students complete their SVSU degrees and start working in the Greater Bay region and beyond. We appreciate the commitment of many students to financial knowledge that will help them determine their financial future.

Initially, SVSU supports scholarship transfer students. The average full-time student receives $ 1,000 a year for up to two years.

“We have been supporters of SVSU for many years. Entering this agreement will give us the opportunity to make a big difference in our scholarship, financial literacy and special banking services for our students,” said Tim Beneke, president and CEO of Wildfire Credit Union.

SVSU teachers and staff will benefit from Wildfire services. The Credit Union Workplace Benefits Program offers discounts and benefits on banking services to help them achieve their financial goals.

Wild Fire’s proximity to SVSU’s main campus is also convenient, allowing the union staff to monitor events, explain, and effectively serve the financial needs of the campus community.

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