Taking Financial Education to The Local Community

U.S. Postal Service Federal Credit Union (USPSFCU), together with our financial wellness partner GreenPath, hosted a virtual seminar entitled Five Steps to Retirement Planning for the members of the Greater Brookland Intergenerational Village (aka Brookland Village). Greater Brookland Intergenerational Village logo

Seminar attendees learned valuable tips for how to plan and understand what is required to afford to live comfortably after and during retirement.  USPSFCU’s Lending & Member Service Manager, Connie Parham, informed participants about all the available tools on our website and products that can help them with their retirement readiness.  As a community partner it is the duty of USPSFCU to provide options and alternatives that aide in achieving financial freedom at every stage of life.    

The Brookland Village was formed in 2018 when several neighbors in Ward 5 of Washington, D.C. saw a need to assist the aging members of the community.  Intergenerational Villages exist to provide the support necessary for neighbors to come together and form relationships that create a strong and connected community.

The Credit Union formed a relationship with the Brookland Village thanks to our Board member Mr. Charles McCullough, II, Esq.  Through this relationship the Credit Union is able to actively support its philosophy of People Helping People which has been the guiding principal of the credit union movement since its inception in the 1850s.

U. S. Postal Service Federal Credit Union is a member-owned and operated, not-for-profit financial cooperative chartered under federal law. USPSFCU has been providing sound financial support for its members since 1934.