Community Involvement Hometown Initiatives for a Stronger Community

Charitable Giving & Local Nonprofit Partnerships

In 2022, 121 Financial created the 121 Cares Foundation, the first 501(c)3 nonprofit organization launched by a local credit union, to help focus and strengthen the credit union’s charitable giving and community involvement with local institutions, charities, and events.

Some of our our established partners include:

For more information or to inquire about partnership, please email:

Giving Back Through Community Involvement

At 121 Financial, we are committed to strengthening our community of Jacksonville by supporting local organizations, charities, and events that best reflect the values of our members, neighbors, and our community.

We select local causes and opportunities for donations, volunteering, and sponsorship where we can make a big impact in our community promoting the health and well-being of those in need.


Holiday Toy Drive for Sulzbacher

Homeless, at-risk, and low-income families in Jacksonville often struggle during the holiday season. Entering its third year, the 121 Financial Holiday Toy Drive directly benefit the 300+ children/teens and their families that Sulzbacher serves. We will be accepting donations of NEW toys and age-appropriate gifts at all of our branches through December 10, 2022. 

Deck the Doors at RMHC Jacksonville!

121 Financial Credit Union is helping make the holidays extra special for critically ill children staying at Ronald McDonald House of Jacksonville by sponsoring the Deck The Doors campaign again this year!

All of our 121FCU branches will be donation centers for this 4th annual Deck the Doors campaign starting October 1st through December 31st.


Both members and non-members can donate $5 per bulb via drive thru, inside our branches, or through the link below!


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“121 Financial has been an outstanding partner in our Chef’s Night In program for several years and have provided many wonderful meals for our guests. We are very appreciative of their continued support.”

Valerie Callahan

Executive Director at Gabriel House of Care


“When these dollars came up short and the future of the Putnam County SBDC was in jeopardy, 121 stepped up and provided this generous donation to keep small business assistance available on a full-time basis. We can’t thank 121 enough for its support of small business lending and of the FSBDC in Putnam County.”

Janice Donaldson

Director at Florida Small Business Development Center at the University of North Florida

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