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TruStone Foundation Programs

More than 80 years ago, TruStone Financial Credit Union opened its doors thanks to the dedication of eight Minneapolis teachers. Throughout the years, the credit union has always provided its members and the communities it serves with financial education opportunities.

Financial Literacy

Financial literacy is vital to making thoughtful and informed decisions, and early financial learning opportunities help prepare students for a lifetime of financial well-being. The Foundation partners with TruStone Financial and non-profit organizations, such as Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest, to teach financial education courses online and in classrooms throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Children in a classroom


The TruStone Financial Foundation will be awarding scholarships again this year to graduating high school seniors. Plus, we are expanding our program to 48 local high schools! We also offer a program for an adult education award established in memory of Fritz Wurzer, father of Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) host, Cathy Wurzer. We will begin accepting applications for all scholarships April 1.

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TruStone Financial Foundation is a 501(c)(3) established in 2009 by TruStone Financial Credit Union to support financial education and programs through scholarships and outreach.