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Kinecta Community

Making a difference for members, employees, and those in need.

Team Kinecta and Volunteer Corps

In 2023, employees of Kinecta and our subsidiaries:

  • Donated more than $1,200,000 to charitable causes
  • Volunteered over 7,000 hours
  • Participated in over 200 community events

Learn more about our upcoming events and community partners.

Scholarships for students and teachers

Each year, our scholarship program helps eight exceptional students attend the college of their dreams by providing them with a $2,000 scholarship to defray a portion of their tuition expenses.

Along with Innovision Society, a partner of Kinecta, this year, ten grants of up to $2,000 will be awarded to teachers who demonstrate exceptional adaptability and ingenuity through creative educational projects. 

#KinectaKindness: It's a Win-Win

Every week, Kinecta selects a worthy volunteer as recipient of our Kinecta Kindness award. These winners get to select the non-profit organization of their choice to receive a $250 “big check” from Kinecta on their behalf.

Winners are recognized on multiple social media platforms and #KinectaKindness

Kinecta Community Foundation

For more than 20 years, our foundation has proudly supported families and businesses in Southern California. Our volunteers donate their own time and money to provide support to worthy causes, non-profits, and households who could use a helping hand.

Financial Education

Kinecta regularly hosts workshops on topics ranging from financial health to homebuying, so our members are fully informed. Our Bite of Reality program presents real-life scenarios to students so they can see how their choices impact their finances.

Government Relations

Kinecta wants to ensure we can continue to offer our members the best possible products and services, so we keep an eye on the regulatory and legislative environments.  We collaborate with lawmakers in Washington, D.C. and Sacramento to ensure they hear directly from credit union members who will be affected by the laws they make.