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We know how important it is for children to learn how to save and manage their money, that’s why we have introduced our School Saving Scheme!

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  • A child can collect a Savers Reward Card from their nearest branch and must save 5 times between September and May, it doesn’t run over the summer.
  • The child will receive a stamp everytime they save, they can fill out more than one card, and everyone who completes a Card will be in a draw to win €100!
  • There will be a €100 prize in each branch and Capital Credit Union will also donate €10 to the school for every completed Savers Reward Card (T&Cs Apply)

We know how much young people, especially teenagers, care about Climate Action. That is why we have introduced our Going Green Grant for secondary schools.

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  • Our Going Green is worth €500 and we give away four prizes every year to secondary schools in our catchment area.
  • The grant can be for any Green Project or Event that helps the school achieve it’s green dreams. All entries are reviewed by our Community Council.
  • The application period is from October to November and schools can apply by downloading the PDF below and submitting it
Higher Education Scholarship Draw

This year everyone studying from a PLC to a PhD can apply for a scholarship with a total pot of €25,000!

Please read the rules of the scholarship draw before applying.


  • Students who are studying on a 1 or 2 year course, which is ranked NFQ Level 5 or 6 (e.g. PLC/College of Further Education) can apply for the €500 Scholarship.
  • Students who are studying on a course of at least 3 years, which is ranked Level 7 or higher (e.g. IT, Bachelors, PHD) can apply for the €1,500 Scholarship.
  • Those studying a 1 or 2 year Masters can also apply for the €1,500 Scholarship.
Can we help you with anything?

If you would like to enquire about any of our youth initiatives please get in touch — by phone, email, or calling at a branch. You’ll find one that suits below.