Bowl for Kids' Sake:
For more than two decades, SEFCU has been one of the largest contributors to this event. Each spring, SEFCU families and individuals bowl, collect contributions, and donate their time to help Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region. To date, we have raised more than $305,000 for this worthy organization.
Capital Region - March 1 and March 8, Syracuse - March 29
More than $20,000 was raised in last year's 22
Annual SEFCU Monopoly tournament to benefit the Center for Disability Services. Don't miss your chance to "Pass Go" in this year's tournament! Check back for details on how you can participate in this fun event.
Labor Day 5k:
Annual Labor Day 5k brought the Alzheimer's Association of Northeastern NY, winner of $15,000: Ronald McDonald House Charities, $3,000, and American Heart Association , $2,000!
Discount Coupon Books
Need a gift idea or a simple way to save money at the places you shop, eat, or go for entertainment? Purchase a 2015 Entertainment
or Save Around
- Capital Region Entertainment Book - $25
- Binghamton Save Around Book - $20
- Buffalo Save Around Book - $20
- Syracuse Save Around Book - $20
Books can be purchased at any branch.
A portion of each sale benefits SEFCU's Community Support Program.
Love going to the movies? Stop by any SEFCU branch and purchase discounted Regal Cinemas tickets. Tickets are $8.50 each (some restrictions apply) and a portion of each ticket sale benefits our Community Support program.
SEFCU Community Support Program Sales:
Throughout the year, we host sales of special products that raise funds for children's organizations. From Equinox turkeys to candles, theme park tickets, and unique pins, sales in SEFCU branches generate thousands of dollars each year.
In our largest project each year, SEFCU management and staff become our very own version of Santa's elves-shopping, wrapping, and delivering hundreds of gifts to children throughout SEFCU's service area. Those gifts, and the special parties that accompany them, brighten the holidays for hundreds of children in need, whether they live in group homes or crisis centers.