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Kids Go Green Baby

Kids Go Green Baby logoWith a new baby, there are so many decisions to make, things to think about, and research to complete. When it comes to opening and developing a savings account for your newborn, we hope we can make that decision a little easier. With Kids Go Green Baby, you can start a savings account that will provide your child with even more opportunities to save and earn as they grow with our Kids Go Green programs that will last through 8th grade.*

The Details

All children that are newborns through 12 months old are eligible.

Earn $25*
Let us help you get their savings started. If you have a Statement Savings Account in your baby’s name with a balance of at least $25, when you mention Kids Go Green Baby, we will deposit $25 into their account. This is a one time offer for your baby’s account that is available between ages newborn through 12 months old. New and existing accounts are both eligible. Congratulations on your growing family!*

Earn More as They Grow*
As your new baby continues to grow, so do the offers they receive from the Bank of Washington to encourage saving. Be sure to check out our Kids Go Green, Jr. program for kids ages 1 through kindergarten and our Kids Go Green program for kids in first through eighth grade.*

Savings Account Information:

Statement Savings
  • An opening deposit of $25.00 or more will start a Statement Savings Account.  Simple interest is calculated daily and paid quarterly. Existing statement savings accounts are eligible. 
  • Click here for the current Interest Rate and Annual Percentage Yield (APY). Rates are subject to change after account opening, and certain fees may reduce account earnings. Rates are subject to change without notice. No minimum balance required to earn the stated APY. 

*Earnings may be subject to IRS reporting.

Minor children must have a parent or legal guardian as a joint account owner. We will ask to see the minor child's Social Security card to open an account.