The Affinity Plus Youth Banking App. For Kids & their parents.

Where your kids can learn about money and practice good habits, all with your help.

Download on the App Store Get it on Google Play

Latosha, Sam & Harrison, Affinity Plus Members

What kids can do

  • Check their balance and see all their transactions.
  • Freeze their debit card if they misplace it, then unfreeze it when they find it.
  • Transfer between their own Affinity Plus accounts, if they have more than one.
  • Send you requests for money, with a note about why they want it.
  • See your notes and reply to them, or just send a heartfelt emoji.
  • They can even send YOU money, if they need to pay you back.
Affinity Plus Mobile Youth Banking App Kids accounts screen

What Parents can do

  • Check your child’s balance and see all their transactions.
  • Include notes to your child when you transfer to them, or when you say no to their requests.
  • Freeze your child’s debit card if they misplace it, then unfreeze it when they find it.
  • One parent can link to multiple kids in the app.
Affinity Plus Mobile Banking App accounts screen

To get the app

First, both you and your child need:

  • Your own mobile phones with separate phone numbers (for multi-factor authentication)
  • Your own separate email addresses (to register for the app)
  • Affinity Plus memberships

If your child doesn't have a membership yet, you can open one over video banking, or at one of our branches. Please note that we’ll ask for a copy of your child’s birth certificate.

Then, you’ll both download the Affinity Plus Youth Banking app to your phones (it’s not available for tablets).

Download on the App Store Get it on Google Play

Next, you (the parent) will register on your own phone FIRST, before your child registers on theirs. This is because you’ll get a Parent Code that they’ll need.

After that, your child will register on THEIR phone. You can register for them, but it has to be done on their phone.

Then get ready for easy transfers, and even better – good talks about money!