We believe in giving back to our community. Alabama Teachers employees and volunteers work to provide credit union resources to consumers through financial education, event participation, and sponsorships. We are dedicated to the credit union philosophy of "people helping people" and are committed to our members as we all teach — and learn — together.

Some highlights of our community commitment include:

  • International Credit Union Day
  • First Friday, Downtown Gadsden
  • Centre Fall Festival and Kids Fun Run
  • Northeast Alabama Heart Walk - American Heart Association
  • Superman 5k
  • Kickoff Classic for the Kids Golf Tournament
  • Relay for Life
  • Noble Street Festival

Our Commitment

Alabama Teachers is happy to help non-profit groups and their fund raising efforts in communities surrounding our branch offices whenever possible. Because we have several offices in our communities, many requests are received each week. We ask that you follow our guidelines and provide us with advanced notice.

Donations Guidelines Request Form

Again, thank you for considering Alabama Teachers when planning your event. We appreciate opportunities to sponsor worthy causes throughout the communities that we serve. Good luck with your activities!

5th Annual Noccalula Falls Powwow

September 01, 2018 to September 02, 2018

Location: Gadsden, AL

Turtle Island Native American Association presents a Native American Powwow/Indian Festival. Special appearance by the Aztec Dancers, in their beautiful Regalia, John T. Wayne, Grandson of the 'Duke' , author and Civil War Buff., Arts and Craft Vendors, Drumming, Dancing. Concessions available. Seating provided but bringing your own shade is recommended. Come and enjoy the songs of our ancestors.

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Alabama Antique Trail Sale

September 01, 2018 to September 30, 2018

Location: Statewide in Alabama

Over 120 antique shops and malls in numerous Alabama towns will be participating in the Alabama Antique Trail Sale. Some stores will have selected items on sale. Other stores may have a percentage off everything. The largest Antique sale in the South! To find the location, hours, and type of store go to: AlabamaAntiqueTrail.com.

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September First Friday

September 07, 2018

Location: Gadsden, AL

From 6pm-9pm you can stroll up and down Broad Street and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Downtown Gadsden. Broad Street will be closed from 1st to 7th Streets. Food vendors line the streets, shops and restaurants stay open late, classic cars will be on display, and great musicians will be here for your entertainment! First Friday is a free, family friendly event you don’t want to miss!

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September Third Thursday

September 20, 2018

Location: Gadsden, AL

We invite you to grab your coolers, dinner and a lawn chair and join us at the water wall – between the Pitman Theatre and Downtown Civic Center – Gates open at 5:30pm and the free concert will begin at 6pm. Seating is on a first come, first serve basis and is limited. So feel free to bring your own chair! In the event of inclement weather the concert will be moved inside to the Pitman Theater.

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Albertville Community Yard Sale

September 21, 2018 to September 22, 2018

Location: Albertville, AL

Business, residences, non-profits and vendors will be out in force with treasures! Join us in Albertville and visit our restaurants and stores while you are here! Visit www.albertvillechamberofcommerce.com for a map link to listed yard sales in Albertville Sept. 21-22.

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Cahaba River Fry-Down

September 30, 2018

Location: Birmingham, AL

The Cahaba River Fry-Down is the Cahaba River Society's largest fundraiser, allowing Cahaba River Society to continue its work to restore and protect the Cahaba (Alabama’s longest remaining free flowing river), the river's watershed and its rich diversity of life. ​ This event features fun for all ages with a carnival-like atmosphere, live music, amazing food, a climbing wall, hula-hoopers, a children’s parade, face-painters, educational games, petting zoos, a beer garden and more!

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2018 Moundville Native American Festival

October 03, 2018 to October 06, 2018

Location: Moundville, AL

Located at the University of Alabama's Moundville Archaeological Park, performers, artists, craftspeople and tradition bearers entertain and educate visitors about the rich culture and heritage that makes Southeastern Indians unique. The festival includes living historians, arts and crafts arbors, a children's area, arts market and trader's circle, food courts, and a stage for performances.

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Boaz Harvest Festival

October 05, 2018 to October 06, 2018

Location: Boaz, AL

Boaz October Harvest Festival is a unique annual outdoor event featuring over 250 vendors, of arts, crafts and food vendors, entertainment, farmer's market, Miss Harvest Festival Pageant, moon pie-eating contest, children's play area, entertainment, Antique Car Show, Antique Tractor & Engine Show and lots more for the entire family.

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October First Friday

October 05, 2018

Location: Gadsden, AL

From 6pm-9pm you can stroll up and down Broad Street and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Downtown Gadsden. Broad Street will be closed from 1st to 7th Streets. Food vendors line the streets, shops and restaurants stay open late, classic cars will be on display, and great musicians will be here for your entertainment! First Friday is a free, family friendly event you don’t want to miss!

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2018 Centre Fall Festival

October 06, 2018

Location: Centre, AL

Arts & Crafts, food, rides, music, and much more! Fun Run for Kids. Parade @ 10 a.m. Parade @ 10 a.m. The event is held annually on the first Saturday in October.

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Oxfordfest

October 06, 2018

Location: Oxford, AL

Oxfordfest is an annual arts and craft festival which takes place the first Saturday in October on Main Street in Oxford, Alabama. The festival features arts and craft vendors from all over, food, live music, fun for all ages, hourly prize drawings and a $1000.00 give away. All proceeds benefit local charities and organizations.

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47th Annual National Shrimp Festival

October 11, 2018 to October 14, 2018

Location: Gulf Shores, AL

Savor fresh from the gulf seafood at the 47th Annual National Shrimp Festival during this four-day event that attracts over 300,000 people. This year the festival will play host to more than 80 hours of musical entertainment featuring a lineup of national, regional and local acts. There will be musical acts to please all palates, including Blues, Motown, Southern Rock, Jazz, Zydeco and Country. The music begins at 10 a.m. each day and runs through 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 5 p.m. on Sunday.

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Coldwater Mountain Fat Tire Festival

October 16, 2018

Location: Anniston, AL

Make plans now to join us for an amazing weekend of mountain biking, entertainment, and food at the 4th CWMFTF! The festival kicks off on Friday and doesn't wind down until Sunday afternoon, giving you plenty of time to experience everything Coldwater mountain has to offer!

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7th Annual Sunset Sips

October 16, 2018

Location: Gadsden, AL

Hors d’oeuvres will be served. Drinks will be provided. A limited number of tickets will be available.

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