How to Connect with Us: 

  • Safety: To help prevent the spread, we are serving members exclusively through our drive-thrus, call center, and online message center. 
  • Loan Applications: Are available online 24/7 or over the phone during business hours. 
  • After Hour Deposits: Deposit drop areas are located near branch ATMs.
  • Online & Mobile Banking:
    • Mobile Check Deposit: Use the mobile app to make check deposits. 
    • Home Banking: Transfers, balance inquiries, & more. 
  • ATM Access: Over 30,000 surcharge fee ATM's are located around the country. 
  • CRISIS: If you are facing hardships we offer special programs to help members. 
  • Automated Account Service via InfoLine: 757-486-3525
  • Email: marketing@vbsfcu.org | Secure Email in Home Banking 
  • Social Media: @vbsfcu:  Facebook, Twitter, Google, Instagram 
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Savings for now.

Help a child build a youth savings account and learn about banking.

Start your child on the right financial path. Our kid-friendly youth savings and checking accounts come with tools you can use to help teach your child smart money management. You’ll be able to:

No monthly maintenance fee if the child is under the age of 18. Other fees may apply. Our Member Service Specialists are ready to help. Visit a branch to learn more and open a youth account.

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If I am a Parent or  Grandparent, how can I help my child learn about smart financial management?

Looking for a fun way for your young person to learn about finances? Sign them up for the Foolproof for parents learning modules.

Wondering if they learned anything? They are even tested at the end of each module! The test results can be emailed back to you too!

What if my child is starting their first job?

Read more about helping your teen become a young adult.