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Let’s celebrate community with #5PointKindness.

For 85 years, we’ve kept community at the heart of everything we do. And this year, we’re giving back to our communities in a new way.

Here at 5Point Credit Union, you make us the organization we are today. Whether you’re one of our great members or one of the many wonderful people who make up the areas we serve, we’re grateful to be part of your community. That’s why, to thank you for 85 years and counting, you may see our team members out and about performing 5Point’s Random Acts of Kindness.

These are tokens of our appreciation meant to brighten your day. You don’t have to be a 5Point member to take part in the celebration – we’re just happy to have you in the community! So, if you see one of our #5PointKindness t-shirts around town, stop and say hi. We’re always thrilled to share a conversation, a smile and a little bit of kindness with the neighborhoods where we live and work.

2019 Kindness Projects


Gave out Target and Walmart gift cards to shoppers in the toy aisle


World Kindness Day: Visited local grocery stores and bought turkeys for shoppers


Paid for meals at multiple fast food restaurants: McDonalds, Chick Fil A, Whataburger, Taco Bell, Burger King, Jack in the Box, Subway

Bought school supplies for unsuspecting Target shoppers

2020 Kindness Projects


Our team spread 5Point kindness and holiday cheer by giving out hot cocoa bombs and Target gift cards


World Kindness Day: We celebrated World Kindness Day by giving away Thanksgiving turkeys again this year.

Purchased gift cards at local coffee shops and left them for customers to enjoy their first cup of coffee on us


Awarded 10 grants to deserving teachers in our area

Good Neighbor Day: Visited our business neighbors with gifts and encouraged our employees to surprise friends and neighbors with Random Acts of Kindness to celebrate the occasion


Spent the day helping our communities beat the heat with free sno cones


Supported Boys Haven, Girls Haven, and Family Promise of Montgomery County with meal deliveries and fulfilling wish lists.


Delivered treats to local USPS workers for all they do to keep our mail services and packages coming —especially during the COVID-19 pandemic


Sent sweet treats to local nurses and other healthcare heroes to show our gratitude for their life-saving work


Members and employees to wrote notes for local seniors at retirement communities who were unable to accept visitors due to COVID-19


Hosted a food drive at all of our branches to benefit our local food banks

We collected over 1130 pounds of food, along with $119 in donations. This provided 357 meals to local families in need.

Our team also volunteered at Montgomery and SETX Food Banks, and prepared 1,000 boxes of food for the Mobile Pantry program.


Handed out Shell gas gift cards throughout our communities

2021 Kindness Projects


Christmas in July: Brought Christmas cookies to local businesses

Gave out gift cards to Academy shoppers

Our volunteers were buddies at an Adaptive Sports for Kids (A.S.K.) baseball games. A.S.K. is an organization that exists to "give children and adults with special needs the opportunity to play sports they may not otherwise be able to play, all at no cost to them." We also sold our tie dye Kindness T-Shirts to raise money for the organization.


Hosted a Dog Food Drive benefiting two local dog rescue organizations


Passed out hand-written notes of encouragement to members in the branches. Some lucky members even received gas gift cards - just in time to hit the road for Spring Break


Random Acts of Kindness Week: Delivered mini bouquets to people in our communities


Hosted a COVID Care Package Drive using an Amazon Wish List and delivered to local hospitals