Suncoast approaches philanthropic efforts with one mission in mind — improve the lives of our members. Through our Team Suncoast employee volunteer program and Suncoast for Kids Foundation charitable donations, we do just that.
In 2016, employees volunteered more than 18,500 hours, which is equal to about $437,320 in community impact.
Some of the organizations supported by our volunteers include: Meals on Wheels, All Children's Hospital, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Epilepsy Services of West Central Florida, Kids Charity of Tampa Bay, Kids Charity of Tampa Bay, Take Stock In Children Mentor Program, American Cancer Society, Children’s Cancer Center, Easter Seals Florida, Florida Blood Services, Metropolitan Ministries.
Youth Outreach & Financial Literacy
Teaching financial literacy to youth and young adults is important to us. Suncoast’s Youth Outreach team is equipped with delivering and organizing financial literacy workshops and presentations to meet students’ and organizations’ unique needs.
Check out our Student Learning page to explore all that we have to offer and to schedule a presentation.
Suncoast is Proud to Protect Seniors
At Suncoast, we make it a priority to provide seniors and caregivers the resources they need to stay safe. From our fraud prevention team to our senior advisory board, we are committed to helping seniors in any way we can.
If you are a senior in need of some guidance, or if you’re a caretaker looking for help for a loved one, check out these helpful resources:
You may also download and print a more comprehensive list of resources (including phone numbers) by clicking below.
Full List of Senior Resources
Reading with the Rays Makes Summer Reading Super Fun!
Suncoast Credit Union is proud to partner with the Tampa Bay Rays Reading with the Rays, a program that keep kids reading all summer long.
During the summer, kids can pick up their game card at their local library. Then they can check out some of their favorite books and start reading! The goal is 24 total hours of reading.
Students use a game card to track hours and collect prizes, with two tickets to a Rays game as the grand prize for students who read 24 hours during the program.
In 2016, we had more than 37,000 participants from nine of the counties we serve. That’s more than 150,000 total hours of reading in one summer! There were 7,690 Rays tickets redeemed.
We’re so proud of all of the participants and can’t wait to see how many readers we get in the summer of 2017!