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Landings Lowdown - Summer 2018

 

 

 

 


 
Summer Edition 2018

LOOK BEFORE YOU PUMP!

How many times a month do you fill ‘er up? It’s a mindless chore, but did you know it can also be the beginning of a financial nightmare? Gas pump skimming is an old crime that’s made a comeback – and your debit card may be at risk. (read more)
 

LCU's School Uniform Drive Breaks Record!


Landings CU’s 9th Annual Uniform Drive brought in a record number of donations. The donations were used to purchase 375 uniform pieces, including dresses, skirts, shirts, and jackets. These items were given on Friday, August 4th to the Connecting with Kids (CWK) program. CWK is a service center that provides everyday essentials and school supplies to students in the Tempe Elementary School District. This program gives students of low‐income families the boost they need to start school year fresh and ready to learn. “Of all the programs we have during the year, this is my favorite,” Tara Roether, Landings Marketing Specialist. “I love that we can help these students start the school year off right”.

The clothing drive started on the first of July and took off like a rocket. Landings CU members and employees donated more than $2,200. This surpassed last year’s donations by 150 uniforms, and 225 more uniforms than were donated in 2016. For 65 years Landings Credit Union has been a proud supporter of Arizona schools and educators; this is just one of the many ways they continue to show their support. (read more) 
 

Water Drive Results

Thank you to all our members and staff that made our 3rd annual water drive another success. Here's what our final numbers looked like. 

541  Cases = 13,000 bottles of water 

Bottes were donated to Tempe Community Action Agency (TCAA) and AZCEND.

We have donated 38,000 bottles of water over the last 3 years. (read more)
 

Getting a Head Start on College Savings

The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates a middle-income family with a child born today can expect to spend about $285,000 to raise that child to the age of 17. That’s roughly equal to the median value of a new home in the U.S.

And if you’ve already traded that super-charged convertible dream for a minivan, you can expect your little one’s college education to cost as much as $360,000.

But before you throw your hands up in the air and send junior out looking for a job, you might consider a few strategies to help you prepare for the cost of higher education.

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