In addition to "Doing the Right Thing," getting involved with area non-profits through sponsorships and volunteering makes life better for us, our members and the communities we serve.
- Community Outreach
With 24 branches throughout Northeast Wisconsin, there's a good chance we're busy in your community in some way. Check out what's going on and what we've been up to in your neighborhood, or click on the Charity Resources tab to apply for a donation/sponsorship or to request volunteer assistance.
Capital Scholarship Applications Now Available
Need money for college? If you're a Capital member and graduating high school senior who is planning to attend a two or four-year college full-time this fall, consider applying for a Capital Scholarship.
Completed applications (and required materials) are due February 27, 2017.
People Helping People
Capital has partnered with Goodwill to allow them to place collection containers at several of our offices. Goodwill helps by recycling clothing, providing a clothing source for people of limited means, all while training others in job skills. It's win-win...and we're proud to be a part of it. The pick-ups are at the following Capital locations:
- 1651 Main Street
- 406 Cardinal Lane
- Charity Resources
As the only not-for-profit financial cooperative option for consumers, Concern for Community is one of the seven cooperative principles that guide credit unions.
Capital's main charity focus is basic needs, and we partner with non-profits in a variety of ways, including donations, sponsorships and volunteering.
Have a donation or sponsorship request? Get started by completing the appropriate form below and returning it to us as directed.