Yes, SouthPoint offers youth savings accounts!
We require a valid Social Security Card for the child or a form of state/ federally issued photo ID (such as a passport) to open an account for a minor. Typically, a youth savings account is established in the name of the child with a parent or guardian joint on the account. If another adult, who is not the parent or guardian, is going on the account with the child instead, the parent or guardian still must sign the paperwork acknowledging the account is being created for the child.
To open an account for a child, visit us however is most convenient for you: