Capitol Federal Savings

Capitol Federal Savings

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  Capitol Federal Savings

Capitol Federal Savings has a long history of serving the citizens of Topeka and Kansas.  On September 16, 1893, fifteen men gathered to form a savings and loan association for the people of Topeka. Founders included not only bankers, but also attorneys, railroad employees, the Topeka City School Superintendent and other citizens. The Savings and Loan Association of Topeka officially filed a charter with the State of Kansas in December of 1893. Capitol Federal survived the depression of the 1930s. The organization grew steadily beginning in the 1950s and opened several branches in Kansas City, Manhattan, Lawrence and Wichita. Through a self-described conservative business model Capital Federal Savings has survived numerous times of economic instability. The company continues to be a pillar in the business community of Kansas. 

"In financial grants to local charitable agencies and in countless hours of employee volunteerism, Capitol Federal has invested in the communities we've served since 1893."

- "Our Community," www.capfed.com