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COVID-19 PANDEMIC RESPONSE

The heart of credit union philosophy from its beginning has been its unique concept of human service in the economic field.  It is staying close to the sides of its members.  It is helping them in every social and economic and financial transaction that comes into their lives.

Below is a list of the Hawaii Credit Union League member credit unions and web site addresses for your convenience.  Please contact your credit union if you need assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic.

CREDIT UNION DIRECTORY

Aloha Pacific FCU

(808)531-3711

Big Island FCU

(808)935-9778

CU Hawaii FCU

(808)933-6700

Ewa FCU

(808)681-3033

Garden Island FCU

(808)245-2712

Gather FCU

(808)245-6791

Glover FCU

(808)218-7509

Hamakua FCU

(808)964-5566

Hawaii Central FCU

(808)536-3677

Hawaii Community FCU

(808)930-7700

Hawaii County EFCU

(808)935-2969

Hawaii FCU

(808)847-1371

Hawaii First FCU

(808)885-7349

Hawaii Law Enforcement FCU

(808)973-4311

Hawaii Schools FCU

(808)521-0302

Hawaii State FCU

(808)587-2700

Hawaiian Electric EFCU

(808)543-7581

Hawaiian Financial FCU

(808)832-8700

HawaiiUSA FCU

(808)534-4300

HELCO FCU

(808)238-3500

HFS FCU

(808)930-1400

Hickam FCU

(808)423-1391

HMSA EFCU

(808)948-5154

HONEA FCU

(808)841-2473

Honolulu FCU (HOCU)

(808)777-5646

Honolulu Fire Department FCU

(808)853-2355

Hotel & Travel Industry FCU

(808)942-5115

Kahuku FCU

(808)293-9063

Kahului FCU

(808)871-7705

Kamehameha FCU

(808)842-9660

Kauai Government EFCU

(808)245-2463

Kauai Teachers FCU

(808)245-3753

Koolau FCU

(808)254-3566

Kuakini Medical & Dental FCU

(808)687-6280

Lanai FCU

(808)565-6522

Local Union 1186 IBEW FCU

(808)848-1599

Maui County FCU

(808)244-7968

Maui FCU

(808)873-5050

Maui Teachers FCU

(808)242-2997

McBryde FCU

(808)335-3365

McCabe Hamilton & Renny FCU

(808)384-1214

Molokai Community FCU

(808)553-5328

Oahu FCU

(808)521-6727

Onomea FCU

(808)964-1031

Pearl Hawaii FCU

(808)737-4328

Plumbers & Fitters Local 675 FCU

(808)536-5454

Schofield FCU

(808)624-9884

St Francis Medical Center FCU

(808)547-6229

Valley Isle Community FCU

(808)877-3232

Waialua FCU

(808)637-5980

Wailuku FCU

(808)244-7981

 

 

Why Credit Unions are The Best Value for YOU!

What do you value?
Many people value a nice home or a new car in the garage. Others value their families and work hard to ensure a secure future for their loved ones.  Still others value giving back to the community. Credit unions care about the things you value in life and work to help you achieve a better way of life.

Did you know that credit unions offer a better value for your money? Credit unions typically offer higher returns on savings and lower rates on loans. Why? Credit unions are nonprofit cooperatives that value people before profits. Credit unions are also a safe place to save your money. The National Credit Union Administration, an agency of the Federal government, insures credit union deposits.

Credit unions can guide you toward a better way of life through financial education and counseling. Credit union employees are likely to share car buying tips while processing an auto loan. Many credit unions offer home buying or retirement planning seminars free of charge. A good number of credit unions visit local schools to teach children about wise money management.

Credit unions make giving back to the community a regular part of doing business. Whether it's raising thousands of dollars for local charities or providing financial services to low-income residents, credit unions believe in empowering the communities they serve.

If you are looking for a better value, look no further than a credit union.

Credit Unions in Hawaii

Credit unions in Hawaii are deeply rooted in island culture. Long before the first credit union in Hawaii was chartered, early plantation workers understood the concept of “tanomoshi” – the pooling of money by a group of friends for the purpose of making low-cost loans to each other. In 1936, a group of teachers on the Big Island pooled $30 to form the first credit union in Hawaii. Several other credit unions were chartered in the next two years.

Credit unions have helped island residents in ways other financial institutions would not. In the early days, a farmer could count on his credit union to lend him money to cover living expenses when crops were not abundant. A young family could count on the credit union for a low-cost auto loan or as a place to save for a college education. The credit union was the only place many island residents could save and borrow to make betters lives for their families.

As Hawaii grew, so did Hawaii’s credit unions. Today, many credit unions are full-service financial institutions offering a wide array of products and services to meet the needs of consumers. But no matter how big or small, credit unions are still non-profit financial cooperatives whose mission is to serve the financial needs of its members/owners.

The Hawaii Credit Union League is proud to be the trade association for credit unions in Hawaii and Guam. Founded in 1937, the League has been a unifying force for credit unions and strives for nothing less than excellence in serving credit unions in the areas of education, advocacy, representation, and so much more.

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