The Credit Union Difference
Credit Unions are financial institutions that offer the same products and services as banks but we operate quite differently. As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, we're formed by and continue to be owned by you, our members, with the purpose of beneficially serving and helping each other – hence the credit union philosophy of “people helping people”. This means our decisions are made with your needs in mind, rather than dictated by profits or anonymous shareholders.
Finally, a financial organization you can love – and one that loves you back!
Credit Unions vs. Banks
There’s a saying that once you join a credit union, you don’t care what the banks are doing. Well, it may not be a saying yet, but it’s definitely catching on.
What’s the difference between a credit union and a bank? We’re so glad you asked! We think you’ll agree that handling your financial business with a credit union as your partner is the way to go – for lots of reasons: