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Easter Colouring Comp

Want to occupy little hands over the Easter holidays?

Print off our Easter Rua poster and drop in to any of the credit union branch and your little one could win a €50 Book voucher. 

Colouring Sheet

Art Competition 2016

Well done to all our winners and congratulations to James O Shea, Mia Counihan and Simon Clarke who won at Chapter level.

Read more: Art Competition 2016

Bursary Award 2016

We are now accepting applications for our 2016 Bursary Award. Please note the terms and conditions of the award.

Application (word)

Application (pdf)

Youth Advisory Council

Youth Advisory Council

The Youth Advisory Council is an excellent opportunity to become involved with Killarney Credit Union.  Youth Advisory Council which involves participation in a group led credit union project and meeting with staff, volunteers, board. The Credit Union also provides ongoing training and support for the programme participants during their time on the Youth Advisory Council.  If you would like to apply, simply fill out the form below, making sure to read and agree to the terms and conditions also.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Closing date is 1st December 2015. 

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Age group 16 to 22.

Must sign an agreement and the secrecy pledge.

All of the meetings and credit union information must remain confidential.

Attend an interview for the Youth Advisory Council.

Each member of the Youth Advisory Council will have a role and task within the council.

Each member of the Youth Advisory Council must agree to:

  • Attend one/two meetings per month and help where needed.
  • Minimum of 1 project as yet to be assigned must be completed by the Youth Advisory Council members.
  • Undergo any training required at the discretion of the Board of Directors of Killarney Credit Union Ltd.
  • Take part and co-operate with fellow council members, the Youth Committee and the Board of Directors of Killarney Credit Union Ltd.
  • Help co-ordinate the Youth Competitions within the Credit Union.
  • Respect fellow members and conduct themselves accordingly.
  • Produce an end of year report and help evaluate the Youth Advisory Council.
  • If a member misses two meetings without letting the Youth Committee know, then the person will no longer take part in the Youth Advisory Council.

Junior Members

It is never too early to start saving and by helping younger people to get into good financial habits early, you are giving them a head start in thinking about money in a responsible way.  Here at Killarney Credit Union we have many junior members who have savings accounts and are enjoying the benefits and responsiblity that comes with starting a relationship with a financial institution.  On these pages you can find information about helping children to get into good habits for savings and more, along with information about some of our junior-focused initiatives like the Credit Union Art Competition and the Credit Union Schools quiz.

Cluedin - Education about finances

Pocket money is a good way to help children learn to make their own decisions and live with them. how much to give will depend on age, maturity, responsibilities and the family’s financial situation.

Give the pocket money in small denominations to encourage children to put some aside as savings.

Consider linking pocket money to chores. Pocket money must be earned the same way Mum or Dad earn money by going to work.

Give advice to children but let them make their own spending decisions and mistakes. Don’t scold for mistakes, instead help them to see the error of their ways and learn for the future.

Encourage children not to buy on impulse but to think about other options which they can spend their money on.

Killarney Credit Union is delighted to be sponsoring the ILCU Cluedin Programme in secondary schools in our common bond which teaches secondary schools about finances and budgeting. If your school in interesting in this programme being delivered, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. More information on the programme.


Schools Saving Scheme

Consider rewarding children for regular saving (perhaps topping up savings).

Help children to to identify short term goal to save towards.

Make savings interesting, Develop a savings plan or calendar to show when and how the goal can be reached or help children to hang up a picture of what they’re saving for.

Let children learn that they have to save up to buy something they really want. Don’t let them get into the habit of running to you every time they need more money.

Explain how dividends and interest work. When they put their money in a savings account, these savings earn more money at the end of the year.

Encourage your child to join our school savings scheme” Sammy Stamp’s”. Many credit unions throughout Ireland run school credit unions- an opportunity for children to learn how to save on a regular basis. The focus is not on the amount saved, rather it is on develop a habit of regular saving.

Give children a piggy bank to help them save or better still, bring them down our local credit union to open a savings account.

Killarney Credit Union offers a schools savings scheme in the following national schools:

  1. Cullina
  2. Fossa
  3. Firies
  4. Coolick
  5. Kilcummin
  6. Anabla
  7. Tiernaboul
  8. Lissivigeen
  9. Presentation Monastery
  10. Gaelscoil Faithleann
  11. Loughquittane
  12. St Olivers, Ballycasheen 
  13. Realt na Mara, Tuosist
  14. Bonane
  15. Kilgarvan



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