In the Community - Summer 2017

Mad City Money

Our Mad City Money workshops are back this summer! Hundreds of teens have already experienced a sense of adulthood at our popular teen financial boot camps. This 3½ hour simulation keeps teens busy creating budgets, writing checks and experiencing the realities of financial responsibility.

The afternoon was filled with fun activities, exciting prizes and valuable insight on money management. To sign your teen up for the next workshop, visit

Central Valley Community Meeting

TCU President and CEO Barry Nelson led our Central Valley Community Meeting on May 10 at the Castle Air Museum. Nelson spoke on items discussed at our recent 66th Annual Meeting and talked about information pertaining to our branches in Atwater and Merced.

Scholarship Reception

On June 8, Travis Credit Union awarded twenty-one worthy high school students the Mary Keith Duff Memorial Scholarship. During the elegant reception, college-bound students received various certificates of recognition, a small gift and complementary photos. Visit our Scholarship page to learn more about our scholarship winners.


Travis AFB Air Show

The “Wings Over Solano” at Travis Air Force Base took place on May 6-7, featuring both aerial and static displays. Many local residents, visitors and TCU employees gathered on Base to witness “The Thunderbirds” in action. They were the highlight of the event as they demonstrated the capabilities of the Air Force’s high performance aircrafts.


Government Relations Rally

Travis Credit Union’s government affairs team and members of the board of directors spent a day in Sacramento at the 2017 Government Relations Rally on April 4, visiting with California State Representatives throughout the districts. Credit unions focused on three important issues: protecting members against elder financial abuse, protecting members against Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) fees, assessments and housing affordability.


Central Valley Meet & Greet – Atwater

Travis Credit Union met with Superintendent Steve Tietjen from the Merced County a of Education and Supervisor Lee Lor from Merced County on May 10, to collaborate on ideas on how to better serve the youth and residents of Merced County through financial education.


Retirement on Track

Our Retirement Fair was held on May 3 at the General John F. Gonge Community Room at our corporate headquarters in Vacaville. The evening event was a success drawing in over 35 people ”many of them couples eager to discuss their ideal retirement lifestyle and assessing the costs to fund it. TCU employees from various departments gathered to volunteer at the Lifestyle Booth” encouraging attendees to think about topics ranging from housing to travel.


Travis Credit Union is dedicated to making a difference in the communities we serve thorough an investment of financial resources and human involvement.

Travis Credit Union is dedicated to making a difference in the communities we serve thorough an investment of financial resources and human involvement. We are committed to improving the financial lives of our members and neighbors through financial literacy, advocacy and education. Here are some of the events our employees were privileged to participate in over the past few months.

For upcoming community events and seminars, please visit our website to learn more and RSVP for free:

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