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We are proud to announce the launch of the TDECU Cares Foundation.

The foundation’s vision is deeply rooted in TDECU’s Purpose to help people navigate their financial journeys, and we are committed to extending this mission to enhance the well-being of our broader Community.

The TDECU Cares Foundation will embody our commitment to supporting the focus areas of education, health and well-being, and Community enrichment. As financial solvers, we invest in education to increase financial education, tailored health programs that remove financial barriers, and local Community enrichment initiatives that foster economic growth. We are more than just a charitable arm; we are stewards of transformative change. We are the heart of TDECU.

The foundation will house three programs–charitable grants, student scholarships, and financial wellness. The foundation's launch in 2024 presents a change for a new application grant cycle.

Watch our Foundation Launch Video

We will review proposals from 501(c)(3) organizations and educational institutions where TDECU has a presence during the grant cycles below. We encourage organizations to submit requests during the cycle that works best for their budget. Applications must be submitted by the deadline to be considered for funding.

TDECU Cares Foundation Grant Cycles:

  • Cycle 1: January 1-January 31 (cycle closes at 5:00 pm CST)

  • Cycle 2: April 1-April 30 (cycle closes at 5:00 pm CST)

  • Cycle 3: July 1-July 31 (cycle closes at 5:00 pm CST)

  • Cycle 4: October 1-October 31 (cycle closes at 5:00 pm CST)

All grants must be submitted via our online grants application system.

Due to the volume of grant applications, we receive, each application is evaluated competitively as we strive to fund programs with strong impact and measurable outcomes within our funding priorities.

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