Michigan State University Federal Credit Union (MSUFCU) hosted its annual Kids’ Day on Aug. 4, welcoming nearly 900 community members. The event featured inflatables, a magician, balloon animals, face painting, food, and fun for children and their families.
“We were excited to host this event once again and offer a day of fun for families in our community,” said Deidre Davis, MSUFCU’s chief marketing officer. “Kids’ Day has traditionally been an opportunity for families to spend time together playing games, stopping by the photo booth, having balloon animals made, and enjoying lunch and other treats. This annual event also gives MSUFCU employees opportunities to build stronger relationships with our current and future members — especially our youth members — by interacting with them in a casual and relaxed atmosphere.”
As part of Kids’ Day, games focusing on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects were available for children to play as well as information about youth accounts and financial education. WKAR also provided information about its PBS children’s shows that encourage early learning. Through this annual event, MSUFCU promotes responsible money management for children and their families.