DoverPhila Partners with Area Organizations to Offer Financial Literacy Program

DoverPhila Federal Credit Union is partnering with OhioMeansJobs Tuscarawas County and United Way of Tuscarawas County, Inc. to offer a financial literacy workshop for area residents.  “Master Your Money – Simple Tips to Improve Cash Flow” is scheduled for Thursday, August 2nd from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at OhioMeansJobs Tuscarawas County located at 1260 Monroe Street in New Philadelphia. 

The workshop offers easy, straightforward techniques to achieve financial goals. Topics include tackling expenses, increasing savings, and improving credit. Attendees have the option of bringing their own financial information to the workshop to create a personalized spending plan.

“Financial difficulties due to lack of employment and or other employment related issues are what many of the customers we serve face each day.  Through this collaboration with United Way of Tuscarawas County, Inc. and DoverPhila Federal Credit Union, we hope to assist area residents with tools and information to help them become financially stable and achieve financial independence,” said JoAnn Breedlove, COO of the Workforce Initiative Association and OhioMeansJobs Centers in Stark and Tuscarawas Counties. 

“The United Way of Tuscarawas County is pleased to collaborate with OhioMeansJobs Tuscarawas County and the DoverPhila Federal Credit Union,” said Robin Waltz, President of United Way of Tuscarawas County, Inc. “Bringing together organizations with common missions and goals is a win-win for the Tuscarawas County community.”

For further details, contact OhioMeansJobs Tuscarawas County at 330-364-9777. Pre-registration is suggested, but not required.

DoverPhila Introduces New Products While Continuing to Give Back

DoverPhila Federal Credit Union continues to strive in the financial industry while giving back as it wraps up another successful year.

The credit union was able to give back $1.2 million to its members. DoverPhila is a community-focused, financial cooperative controlled by its members making it possible for it to reward its members with a bonus dividend. The credit union’s financial success is also shared with its members through other fiscal opportunities such as low cost auto loans, higher interest rates on certificates of deposits (CDs), and a vast array of other products and services.

The credit union also continued to build its relationships within Tuscarawas County through various sponsorships that included Union Hospital’s Run for Home half-marathon, United Way of Tuscarawas County’s Color Us United 2k and Rock ‘n Run 5k, Tusky Days Festival, East Central Ohio ESC’s Family Reading Festival, New Towne Mall’s Wishes & Wants, and Tuscarawas County Public Library Bookin’ It 5k Walk/Run. The credit union also donated to area organizations such as United Way of Tuscarawas County, Junior Achievement of East Central Ohio, Leadership Tuscarawas, Tuscarawas Clinic for the Working Uninsured, Kent State University Tuscarawas, Tuscarawas County Philharmonic, Tuscarawas County Community Hospice, Trinity Hospital Twin City’s mammography unity expansion, and many more.

This year also marked the construction of the credit union’s new North Dover location and the launch of new financial resources. These services include the My Mobile Money App that allows members to control how their DoverPhila debit cards are used, a web-based financial literacy program called Banzai that is available for free to area schools and community organizations, and a new mortgage service area available on its website that offers various mortgage calculators along with prequalification and full-residential loan applications.

DoverPhila Federal Credit Union is excited to welcome 2018 as it continues to serve and meet the needs of its members while building community. Anyone who lives, works, and attends church or school in Tuscarawas County can share in its success by making a simple $5 deposit at any of its five locations in Dover, New Philadelphia, Newcomerstown, and Uhrichsville. Please call a member service representative at 330-364-8874 for more information about opening an account.

Credit Union Collects Over $30,000 for United Way

DoverPhila Federal Credit Union collected over $30,000 for United Way through its annual in-house campaign involving corporate, employees, and credit union members.

The United Way campaign started on Monday, October 23rd and concluded on Saturday, November 11th. Credit union members who participated in the campaign received a pledge card that hung in the lobbies of each DoverPhila location. With members’ lobby pledge cards, credit union employees’ donations, and a corporate gift from DoverPhila Federal Credit Union, the annual campaign raised a total of $30,110.71 for United Way.

United Way is a local nonprofit organization with one goal in mind – improving the community. By partnering with area organizations, United Way can make this goal a reality. The monetary donations go towards providing a better future for area youth, creating a healthier community, and helping people in crisis.

For more information or to donate to United Way, call 330-343-7772 or visit www.tuscunitedway.org.

DoverPhila Partners with Area Organizations to Promote Financial Literacy

OhioMeansJobs Tuscarawas County, United Way of Tuscarawas County, Inc., and DoverPhila Federal Credit Union are partnering to offer a financial literacy workshop for area residents. “Master Your Money – Simple Tips to Improve Cash Flow” will be held Tuesday, December 5th, 10:00AM to 12:00PM at OhioMeansJobs Tuscarawas County at 1260 Monroe Street in New Philadelphia. 

The workshop will offer easy and straightforward methods to reaching financial goals. Topics include tackling expenses, increasing savings and improving credit.

“Many of the customers that we serve struggle with numerous financial difficulties due to lack of employment or other employment related issues. This collaboration with United Way of Tuscarawas County, Inc. and DoverPhila Federal Credit Union is a positive step in helping area residents become financially stable and achieve financial independence,” said JoAnn Breedlove, COO of OhioMeansJobs Centers in Stark and Tuscarawas Counties. 

“This collaboration is a great example of how United Way brings together organizations with common missions and goals,” said Robin Waltz, President of United Way of Tuscarawas County, Inc.

For further details contact OhioMeansJobs Tuscarawas County at 330-364-9777. Pre-registration is suggested but not required.