We strive to be a good corporate citizen providing both financial and manpower support to organizations that improve the quality of all our lives. We hope each of you are proud to be a part of 1st Community FCU and are able to enjoy the financial services you need to make your life successful.


Since we received our community charter from The National Credit Union Administration in 2001, we have been honored to continue building our operations and services by expanding credit union access to the people of Southern Southeast Alaska.

Today we serve communities in Northwest Georgia as a not-for-profit financial institution. Unlike a bank, whose profits go to its shareholders, our profits go to our members in the form of better rates and lower fees.

Community West Credit Union is Western Michigan’s local banking institution for over 50 years. Here, we’re more than just a bank. We’re a member-owned, not for the profit credit union that’s dedicated to helping our members with all their financial needs.

CommStar Credit Union to provides its residents with dependable products and services with a uniquely personal touch since 1938. Offering a locally-based option versus the “one-size-fits-most” mentality of banks, not-for-profit CommStar Credit Union boasts services tailored to its members’ needs.  

Dupaco Community Credit Union continues to pursue and fulfill its mission to serve and enrich the lives of its members. This ideal is as true today as it was in 1948, when 10 Dubuque Packing Company employees founded the credit union on the philosophy of cooperation and mutual self-help.

Vision Statement: Be the preferred financial partner by providing exceptional service and innovative solutions. Mission Statement: To enrich people’s lives one experience at a time.

Service that WOWs: We treat members like our neighbors because sometimes, they are. We pride ourselves on our service and love of community.

From a modest beginning in 1950, the Y-12 Federal Credit Union now serves over 110,000 members as a full service financial institution.

In March of 1954, five teachers joined forces and chartered Baton Rouge Teachers Federal Credit Union with only $150 in a shoe box. The first office was built in 1965 on South Foster and housed one full-time and two part-time employees.  Our mission; To build relationships that matter.



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