It's a great feeling to get relief during a crisis, a way to regain resiliency and a little bit of recognition and recurring support for a life of sacrifice. This Fall, Foothill is helping honor our heroes and you can too, just by using Bill Pay.
From November 1, 2018 – December 31, 2018, Foothill will donate $1 to Operation Homefront to help support military families for every qualifying transaction completed through Bill Pay. This includes:
- Adding and Paying New Payees
- Activating an eBill
- Adding a Recurring ot AutoPay Model
This is your chance to make payments the easy way and give back to others who have given so much!
Operation Homefront has been listed as a 4-star nonprofit for nine consecutive years by Charity Navigator. It contributes 92% expenditures toward programs to help military families build their savings and create plans for their lives and careers outside the military. The program not only provides emergency financial assistance to our brave military members and their families, but also helps with housing, family and caregiver support, and programs to prevent financial instability. Founded in 2002, Operation Homefront is proud to continue on their mission to build strong, stable and secure military families so that they can thrive in the communities they’ve worked so hard to protect. Visit their website.
* Between 11/1/2018 and 12/31/2018, $1 will be donated to Operation Homefront on behalf of each consumer who completes one of the following actions: adding and paying a new payee, activating an eBill, or adding a recurring payment (AutoPay) through Foothill. Each of the Bill Pay payments must be at least $10 and must be paid to another party with a different mailing address from the primary online banking account holder. Maximum donation is $25,000 total for all campaign participants throughout 2018. Your FI account must be in good standing. Rules are subject to change without notice.
Business accounts are excluded. Employees of Fiserv, Inc. and their respective parent and affiliate companies, as well as board members and the immediate family (spouse, parents, siblings and children) and household members of each such employee are not eligible.Go to main navigation