The CU Difference

Not for Profit, Not for Charity, But for Service.

Our nation’ s Credit Unions have helped American families live better lives and embrace democratic principles for more than seven decades. During the Great Depression, many struggling citizens found financial relief and security in Credit Unions. It was said that many were thankful during those tough times, that Credit Unions were “ Not for Profit, Not for Charity, But for Service.” This “ People Helping People” philosophy still holds true today.

Does this sound different from other financial institutions? That’ s because Credit Unions are different. Unlike most other financial institutions that pay dividends to outside stockholders, Credit Unions return earnings to Member-Owners in the form of competitive rates, lower fees, and new or improved products and services.

As a new Member, you join many colleagues and neighbors who already know the Post Community Credit Union difference. The Credit Union that began in 1936 is now over 8, 000 Members strong, has assets exceeding $90 million, and continually reinvests in its membership and community with some of the area’s best interest rates on loans and dividend rates on savings accounts, free checking with no fee debit cards, low fees, High School scholarships, and is involved in numerous community events annually.

Post Community Credit Union doesn’ t just exist to provide financial services— we provide financial services with World-Class Service for the purpose of improving lives.