Taking action to improve our neighbors' lives

Our passion for community service is backed by the Black Hills FCU Charitable Fund, a 501(c)(3) formed in 2010 to provide financial support for our work. To contribute to the fund or learn more, contact Heidi Bulman at 605.858.6155.

We're a South Dakota credit union that steadfastly believes in the credit union motto, "people helping people," and we constantly seek opportunities to lift up our communities and neighbors. Our Community Action Team includes employees who selflessly dedicated time, money and resources to our worthy causes. Check out what's keeping us busy these days.

Current Projects

Projects in May

National Multiple Sclerosis Society 
Our employees plan to raise funds and participate in the Walk MS: Black Hills 2017 event to benefit the National MS Society. 

United Blood Services
As part of our regular donation drive, many of our employees will donate blood to the United Blood Services this month. 

Adopt-A-Highway
Employees in Rapid City, Wall and Pierre plan to volunteer to help clean up their communities through various Adopt-A-Highway programs. 

AmazonSmile
Shop at AmazonSmile and Amazon will make a donation to the Black Hills FCU Charitable Fund.

Jeans Days

Every Friday, our employees donate $2 each to a worthy cause for the opportunity to wear jeans. These are some of the organizations that have benefited from Jeans Days: Cornerstone Rescue Mission, Front Porch Coalition, Humane Society of the Black Hills, March of Dimes, Working Against Violence Inc., South Dakota Department of Health Offices, Wellspring, Inc., Big Brothers Big Sisters, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Troops Care Packages, the Relay for Life - Rapid City, Feeding South Dakota, the Children's Miracle Network, the Pierre Area Referral Service BackPack Program, and the American Heart Association.


BHFCU Charitable Fund

The Black Hills FCU Charitable Fund was formed in 2010 with the mission of supporting charitable causes among our communities in South Dakota. Foremost within those causes is the BHFCU School Supply Drive.

The BHFCU School Supply Drive is part of The Charitable Fund’s effort to give all kids in our communities an equal opportunity to succeed in school.

The Charitable Fund is a 501(c)(3) organization and recognized as a tax exempt public charity by the IRS. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

To learn more about the Black Hills FCU Charitable Fund or to contribute, contact Heidi Bulman at 605.858.6155.

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