Woodlawn High School is proud to announce that they are partnering with Neighbors Federal Credit Union to offer a Woodlawn High School Mascot Card.

Neighbors continues the tradition of supporting local schools through the Mascot Card, a customized debit card program. The Mascot Card serves as a perpetual fundraiser for schools enrolled in the program. Members enjoy all the benefits of a traditional checking account with the added benefit of earning money for their school with each swipe of their Mascot Card. With every debit card purchase you make, Neighbors will make a monetary donation to Woodlawn High School.

It’s easy to begin supporting Woodlawn High School by using the Mascot Card. Current Neighbors members can visit your nearest local branch and switch your debit card to a Woodlawn High Mascot Card, or new members need to simply visit a local branch and open an account. Additional features on this account include no monthly service charges or per check fees for cardholders under 25 years of age, free online banking and bill-pay, free Audio Response service, and automatic overdraft protection is available after the cardholder is 18 years old.

Minors are also invited to open an account. In order to do this, a minor needs two forms of identification: one primary form, such as a state issued ID or driver’s license, and one secondary form, such as a school ID, social security card, or insurance card. The parent has to be joint owner on the account, so they should be with the student when opening the account. If the parents are not a member, they will need a state issued ID or driver’s license as well as a secondary form of identification.

Neighbors offers a full range of products, services and benefits to meet every banking need. Neighbors is 100% local and dedicated to personal service while still offering the best in contemporary, leading-edge technology.

For more information, please contact our office at (225) 819-2178 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. to speak with a Call Center Representative. Those interested may also apply by clicking here.