Serving our members for 85 years!
Community Resource Federal Credit Union is a non-profit financial institution owned by our members. Our financial services are offered with you as our first priority.
At Community Resource FCU, you have access to a full suite of financial services, including savings accounts, auto loans, checking accounts, credit cards, business checking and more. Plus, your accounts are always close at hand with our mobile app, online banking and more than 5,600 Shared Branch locations nationwide.
As your financial partner, we’re dedicated to preparing you for the road ahead. Let’s make the journey together.
Our Mission Statement
To improve the lives of our members and the community by providing access to affordable, reliable and solution based financial services.
Our Vision Statement
To become the financial institution of choice; providing the best service possible; going above and beyond to help our members achieve their goals.
Community Resource FCU was spun out of the need to serve families of the Niagara Mohawk power company, now National Grid. Today, Community Resource Federal Credit Union serves more than 7,000 members in four counties. We are a strong financial institution with $90 million in assets and more than 25 employees, who continuously look for ways to save our members money, reach out to our communities and enhance our services
You may also join if you are an immediate family member of, or live in the household of someone who is eligible for membership. Immediate family members include spouses, children, siblings, parents, grandparents, and grandchildren.
Click here to fill out our membership application form. A Financial Service Representative will contact you to complete the application.
Board of Directors
Community Resource Federal Credit Union’s Board of Directors is comprised of members of the credit union who are inspired by credit union activities and the best interest of the membership. Each director serves on a volunteer basis and is elected by the membership of the credit union at the Annual Membership Meeting.
- Tom Ellis, Chairman
- Dan Abatto, Secretary
- Ellin Luft
- Eugene Reyes
- Jack Shellard
- Brian Keegan
- Betsy Kindlon
2020 Annual Report
Board of Director and Supervisory Volunteers Wanted
CRFCU’s dedicated volunteers partner with the credit union by contributing their leadership, professional expertise and ideas for the entire credit union’s benefit. In exchange, volunteers receive valuable leadership experience, financial services industry and management education, networking opportunities and the satisfaction that comes from helping to ensure the continuity and development of CRFCU. Volunteers are essential for corporate governance and for CRFCU to fulfill its vision. Any member in good standing and is 18 or older can serve as a Director. Directors must attend a monthly board meeting as well as at least one monthly committee meeting. See the Committees you can volunteer for.