Simply open a checking account with direct deposit*, savings account with a $500 balance and/or the HSLDA credit card.*
1 account = 1 year membership. 2+ accounts = 2 years.
ECCU supports and celebrates the vibrant community of parents who have chosen to be their child’s primary educator. That’s why Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) and ECCU are partnering and inviting you to join ECCU. Joining the ECCU family is easy and immediately rewarding because you can receive up to 2 years of HSLDA membership for free.*
For more than 50 years, ECCU has given members the satisfaction of contributing to acts of Kingdom-building and causes aligned with Scripture. This is only one of the reasons why HSLDA believes in the mission of ECCU and urges members to choose to bank with ECCU. When you do, you’re supporting ministry through your banking and at the same time supporting your parental rights and religious freedom through the work of HSLDA.
We believe it matters where you bank and at ECCU, your money is ONLY used to support causes and issues that align with Christian values – like HSLDA. And with ECCU, you can enjoy:
*See Terms and Conditions
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