Start building your savings or donate your change to the StagePoint Community Foundation whenever you use your debit card with our RoundUP Program.

Every time you use your debit card, the transaction will be rounded up to the nearest dollar. If you choose to save your change, funds will be transferred to your account with each purchase. 

If you choose to donate RoundUP to the Foundation, at the end of the calendar year, the increased amount from each of your transactions for the entire year will be automatically donated to the Foundation. To learn more about the Foundation click here

RoundUp my Debit Card purchases and Deposit to:


Upon your enrollment in RoundUP, StagePoint Federal Credit Union will round up your debit card transactions to the nearest dollar amount and transfer that difference to the account or to the StagePoint Community Foundation, based on your selection above. You will be able to track your transfers using the StagePoint mobile app, online banking, and your monthly statement. 

The RoundUP will not occur for any transaction in which you do not have sufficient funds in your checking account.  

If any debit card transaction is subsequently canceled or revered by the merchant, the corresponding transfer to your savings account will not be reversed. 

RoundUP is available on Ultimate Checking, Freedom Checking, and Fresh Start Checking Accounts only. 

If you receive a new debit card due to your card being lost, stolen, or reissued, your participation in RoundUP will continue. You do not need to re-enroll. 

You may cancel your participation at any time by contacting StagePoint FCU. 

By submitting below. You agree to these terms and conditions. You understand that enrollment in RoundUP will cause all debit card transactions made by you or any joint owner to round up to the nearest dollar and transfer the difference to the designated account. Participation is done at the account level. Individual cards associated with your checking account cannot be enrolled or removed. 

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