Good habits start early
Learning how to save and spend responsibly can make a big difference in a child’s life, and yours! Our youth accounts can help your kids lay the foundation of future financial success.
We offer two great youth programs that teach kids how to manage money through age-appropriate tools. Open a Dollar Dog Kids Account for kids ages 10 and under, or an Elements Teen Club account for kids 11-17. Visit your local Jovia branch and get your kids started today!
We make it easy for you to get your kids off to a good start with different options and solutions available. Members have easy access to funds at branch locations and through our online banking and mobile banking services. Plus, members can learn about managing finances through an interactive website and quarterly newsletter.
We make it simple and faster to save with automatic deposits or transfers. All you have to do is set it and forget it. Their balance will continue to grow!
We offer competitive interest rates that compound daily.
Dollar Dog Kids Share•
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Minimum to Earn
Elements Teen Share••
Minimum to Open
Minimum to Earn APY
Yes. To set up a Dollar Dog Kid's Club Account for online statements, you will first need to set up an Online Banking account.
Once an Online Banking account has been created, you can access online statements by:
- Sign in to Online Banking
- Select Online Statements and Tax Docs from the menu
- You will be presented with a brief disclosure. Once you accept the terms and conditions, you will have access to your current and previous months statements. Up to 24 months of account statements will be available to you.
Our Elements Account, specifically designed for children ages 11 to 17, is a great way to teach your child the basics of sound money management. Once you open this account, your child will become a member of our Elements Teen Club, and become eligible for a free Free Checking Account and Visa® Debit Card.
Please note that a parent, legal guardian, or adult family member must be joint on the account for children 16 years old and younger.