Winston Churchill said, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”
At United Texas, we have a vested interested in helping you make the most of your living and your life. We think the best kind of giving is the kind that gives back, and that’s why we offer all our members exclusive discounts and simple ways to pay it forward.
Get awesome member discounts on selected products and services with your United Texas membership.
Getting your exclusive member discounts is easy. Simply visit the site related to the discount or program to cash in on the savings. To support our Scholarship Program, just stop by any of our United Texas locations.
Help us support our Scholarship Program when you purchase the following through United Texas:
- United Texas 2020 Fiesta Medal – $10 in branches or $13 to ship
SeaWorld discount tickets can only be purchased online. Click the button below to see how much you can save.
Doing taxes is the worst. But, if you click the button below they’ll be up to $15 less bad.
Small savings add up! You could be saving up to $360 per year on wireless. Keep your phone, number, and network and save when you switch to no-contract wireless with TracFone, Net10 Wireless, Total Wireless or SafeLink Wireless.
As a benefit of being a United Texas Credit Union member, you can get a $100 cash reward through Love My Credit Union Rewards when you purchase a vehicle from Carvana.
Love My Credit Union Rewards
Members can save on a variety of products and services like TurboTax, ID theft protection, home security, travel & entertainment, and more through Love My Credit Union Rewards.
Pay it Forward
There’s no bad way to do good, but there’s definitely a best way. If you’re looking to try your hand at humanitarianism, here are some tips to make sure your goodwill goes to a great place.
Check Out Charity Navigator
Not all non-profits are created equal. To make sure the organization you’re giving to is using your money in the best ways, Charity Navigator grades non-profits according to performance, financial health, accountability and transparency. If you’re really committed to making a sensible social impact, double check your charity on Charity Watch and the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance.
Give Straight to the Source
It may sound surprising, but not everyone who asks for money has the best intentions. To make sure your money makes it into the right hands, always double check your charity’s tax-exempt status with the IRS website, then make your donation directly. Direct donations ensure that your money does most good for the people who really need it.
Protect Your Privacy
Generosity leaves you open to good karma. Unfortunately, it also leaves you open to further solicitation. If you’ve ever given a few bucks to save the whales, you know what that can get you — junk mail, robocalls and requests for more cash. If you’re going to give, make sure it’s worth a few extra phone calls at dinnertime.