What is a Credit Union?
St. Louis Firefighters & Community Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative, owned, controlled and operated for the benefit of its members. Since there are no outside stockholders to satisfy, the credit union can return a greater percentage of its income to you, the member-owner, in the form of higher interest rates on deposits, and lower interest rates on loans.
Who Can Join?
Chartered in 1933, St. Louis Firefighters & Community Credit Union is proud to serve firefighters, retired firefighters, family members, and those living or working in St. Louis County, and St. Louis City.
St. Louis Firefighters & Community Credit Union encourages family members to join. The benefits of a credit union membership aren't limited just to you. The credit union is a wonderful place for your children to learn about savings, your brother or sister to get a low-cost loan, or your parent to build their retirement nest egg.
How Can I Join?
To become a member of St. Louis Firefighters & Community Credit Union, all that is needed is a deposit of at least $5.00 into a share account. This initial deposit establishes your membership/ownership in the credit union.
Once a member, Always a Member
Once you are a member of the credit union, you remain a member for life-whether you move, change jobs or retire-as long as you maintain at least a $5.00 balance in your share account.
Every dollar you invest in St. Louis Firefighters & Community Credit Union (up to $250,000.00) is fully insured by the National Credit union Administration (NCUA), an agency of the federal government. You can rest assured that there is no safer place for your hard-earned funds than a federally insured credit union.