Rooted in
Alabama
Alabama credit unions are invested in the local communities they serve.

Credit unions are growing the local economy by expanding small business loans and empowering job growth. Credit unions are helping more consumers achieve the American Dream.

How Credit Unions Help Move Alabama Forward

Credit unions are not-for-profit financial cooperatives owned by and operated for the benefit of the members they serve.  Credit unions provide resources to their members and families to help them obtain financial well-being. This includes improving financial education, food security, housing security, and more. Learn how Alabama credit unions are working to achieve this mission from Alabama Credit Union President/CEO Steve Swofford.

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ROOTED IN ALabama Communities

Here to help you when you need it most.

Moving Alabama’s economy forward…

STORY GALLERY

Credit unions understand life happens.
We’re here to help support you when it does.

Aileen | Five Star Credit Union

Aileen's mission: To brighten the future of the community she serves.

Austin | All In Credit Union

Austin brings a conversational approach to the student-run branch.

Caitlin | APCO Employees Credit Union

Caitlin explains how an employer-based credit union acts as a trusted resource.

Donna | Mayor of Wadley, AL

Donna explores how Wadley's only bank now serves the community as a credit union.

Michele | Sixth Avenue Baptist FCU

Michele outlines how a payday alternative offers assistance without predatory fees.

Shelley | Alabama Credit Union

Shelley details the transition from a community bank to a member-owned credit union.

Latest News

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Credit Unions Strive to Make a Difference in Their Local Communities

There’s more to credit unions than checking and savings accounts, loans, and other financial products.
From Business Alabama:

All In Credit Union Awards $450,000 in Grants

More than $1.2 million in grants have been awarded to 74 organizations over the past six years. From the Dothan Eagle:

First Student-Ran Credit Branch Opens in Jackson County

Redstone Federal Credit Union’s newest branch has opened up inside Scottsboro High School. From WHNT News 19: