Inspirus Credit Union wants to help your child's school, favorite teacher or classroom project by awarding $1,000 in the "You Inspire Us" Education Grant Program!

The grant money can be used for school supplies, playground equipment or anything to help improve your school for current and future students.

At Inspirus, they pride themselves on giving back to the education community and make it a priority. It is literally where banking benefits education.

Inspirus Credit Union wants you to share their passion for education by nominating a teacher or school project.







About Inspirus Credit Union

Inspirus Credit Union is where banking benefits education. Inspirus is a not-for-profit credit union valued most for its’ contributions to education. By using Inspirus for your everyday financial services, you are furthering the mission to support schools and educational institutions all over the state of Washington. Not only that, but you are personally benefiting from more free services, lower loan rates and better returns on deposits than most big banks.

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