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  • 1199 SEIU FCU

    1199 SEIU FCU Membership

    • 1199 SEIU Federal Credit Union is headquartered in New York, New York and has been serving members since 1940.
    • Manages $89.3 Million in assets and serves over 15,000 members.

    Membership: Must be an active 1199 SEIU Healthcare Workers East member

  • 121 Financial CU logo

    121 Financial Credit Union Membership

    • 121 Financial Credit Union is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, and has been serving members since 1935 offering savings, checking, loans, credit and debit cards, online banking, and other related services.
    • Manages $709.88 Million in assets and serves over 50,000 members.

    Membership: 121 Financial offers financial products and services tailored to the unique needs of residents within Florida. Membership is also open to the immediate family of current members.

  • 1ST Bergen Federal Credit Union

    1ST Bergen Federal Credit Union Membership

    • 1st Bergen Credit Union is headquartered in Hackensack, New Jersey and has been serving members since 2009.
    • Manages $8.91 Million in assets and serves over 2,000 members.

    Membership: Live, work, worship, volunteer, attend school, or conduct business in Bergen County, Ocean County, Paterson, or Jersey City, NJ.

  • 1st Choice Credit Union

    1st Choice Credit Union Membership

    • 1st Choice Credit Union is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia and has been serving members since 1991.
    • Manages $37.42 Million in assets and serves over 6,000 members.

    Membership: Eligibility includes those who live and work in designated areas in Georgia.

  • 1st Mississippi Federal Credit Union

    1st Mississippi Federal Credit Union Membership

    • 1st Mississippi Federal Credit Union is headquartered in Meridian, Mississippi and has been serving members since 1972.
    • 15th largest credit union in the state of Mississippi, managing $78.05 Million in assets and serving over 11,000 members.

    Membership: If you live, work, worship, or attend school in Lauderdale or Clarke County, Mississippi,

  • 705 Federal Credit Union

    705 Federal Credit Union Membership

    • 705 Federal Credit Union is headquartered in Lafayette, Louisiana and has been serving members since 1968.
    • Manages $43.49 million in assets, serves over 4,000 members, and employs 15 people as of February 2024.

    Membership: Employee of one of a partnered companies or have a family member who is a member.

  • Abbey Credit Union, Inc

    Abbey Credit Union Membership

    • Abbey Credit Union is headquartered in Vandalia, Ohio and has been serving members since 1937.
    • Manages $150.2 Million in assets and serves over 12,000 members.

    Membership: Eligibility includes if you live, work, and attend school in designated counties in Ohio.

  • Abyssinian Baptist Church Federal Credit Union

    Abyssinian Baptist Church Federal Credit Union Membership

    • Abyssinian Baptist Church Federal Credit Union is headquartered in New York, New York, serving members since 1940.
    • Manages $1.09 Million in assets and serves over 300 members.

    Membership: Open to all members of the Abyssinian Baptist Church.

  • Acadia Federal Credit Union

    Acadia Federal Credit Union Membership

    • Acadia Federal Credit Union is headquartered in Fort Kent, Maine and has been serving members since 1963.
    • 13th largest credit union in the state of Maine manages $323.03 Million in assets and serves over 16,000 members.

    Membership: If you live, work, worship, or attend school in either Aroostook, Hancock, Penobscot, Piscataquis or Washington County.

  • Afena Federal Credit Union

    Afena Federal Credit Union Membership

    • Afena Federal Credit Union is headquartered in Marion, Indiana and has been serving members since 1958.
    • Manages $97.57 Million in assets and serves over 9,000 members.

    Membership: Eligibility includes if you live, work, worship, or attend school in Grant or Wabash County in Indiana.

  • AltaOne Federal Credit Union

    AltaOne Federal Credit Union Membership

    • AltaOne Federal Credit Union is headquartered in Ridgecrest, California and has served members since 1947.
    • Manages $821.18 Million in assets and serves over 56,000 members.

    Membership: If you live, work, worship, volunteer, or attend school in Kern, Inyo, and Mono counties.

  • AOD Federal Credit Union

    AOD Federal Credit Union Membership

    • AOD Federal Credit Union is headquartered in Oxford, Alabama and has served members since 1950.
    • 15th largest credit union in Alabama, managing $435.41 Million in assets and serving over 37,000 members.

    Membership: Serving 61 underserved census tracks within 10 counties in close proximity to our main branch in Oxford, AL.

  • Arapahoe Credit Union

    Arapahoe Credit Union Membership

    • Arapahoe Credit Union is headquartered in Centennial, Colorado and has served members since 1938.
    • 25th largest credit union in Colorado, managing $166.51 Million in assets and serving over 13,000 members,

    Membership: Live, work, or attend school in selected Colorado counties.

  • Arkansas Federal Credit Union

    Arkansas Federal Credit Union Membership

    • Arkansas Federal Credit Union is headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas and has been serving members since 1956
    • The largest credit union in Arkansas, managing $2.31 Billion in assets and serving over 151,000 members.

    Membership: Live or work in Arkansas or have family who are existing members of the credit union.

  • Ascentra Credit Union

    Ascentra Credit Union Membership

    • Ascentra Credit Union is headquartered in Bettendorf, Iowa and has served members since 1950.
    • 11th largest credit union in Iowa, managing $529.76 Million in assets and serving over 43,000 members.

    Membership: Living or working in one of the Iowa and Illinois counties served makes you eligible.

  • Atchison Village Credit Union

    Atchison Village Credit Union Membership

    • Atchison Village Credit Union is headquartered in Richmond, California and has been serving members since 1959.
    • Manages $12.6 Million in assets and serves over 2,000 members.

    Membership: Be a resident of Atchison Village or a resident’s relative.

Community Development Financial Institutions provide access to capital for those who have been historically marginalized by traditional financial institutions.

What are CDFIs?

CDFIs are specialized financial institutions that provide affordable financial services to underserved communities.

CDFIs are typically non-profit or mission-driven organizations that aim to foster economic development and revitalization in low-income areas. They encompass a range of institutions, including community banks, credit unions, loan funds, and venture capital funds.

Types of CDFI Loans

CDFIs offer loans to finance microenterprises, small businesses, housing, and community service organizations.

How CDFIs Work

By providing access to affordable financial services and investing in local development initiatives, CDFIs create opportunities for individuals and businesses to thrive.

  • Offering affordable loans for homeownership, small businesses, and community development projects.
  • Supporting entrepreneurs and small business owners with access to capital, technical assistance, and networking opportunities.
  • Financing affordable housing initiatives, including construction, rehabilitation, and homeownership programs.
  • Delivering financial literacy workshops, credit counseling, and assistance with banking services to empower individuals to make informed financial decisions.

Who do CDFIs serve?

CDFIs primarily serve individuals and businesses in economically disadvantaged communities that lack access to traditional banking services. These communities may include rural areas, urban neighborhoods, Native American reservations, and minority populations.

How CDFIs Help People

CDFIs help people in various ways, including:

  • Financial Education and Support: They offer financial education programs and counseling to help individuals and businesses build financial literacy, manage their finances effectively, and access resources to achieve their financial goals.
  • Community Development: CDFIs invest in projects that stimulate local economies, create jobs, improve housing conditions, and support community services such as healthcare and education.
  • Flexible and Personalized Services: Unlike mainstream banks, CDFIs often tailor their services to meet the specific needs of the communities they serve, offering flexible lending terms, lower interest rates, and personalized assistance.

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