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Progressions Credit Union
 

 

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Finally, a financial institution where you aren’t just a number.

When you become a member of Progressions Credit Union, you aren’t just a number, you are a family member. Team Purple is filled with personal, expert staff that are ready to help you be successful on your financial journey. We won’t let you walk it alone, we’ll partner with you through all stages of life, obstacles, questions and more.

Next Steps
We are so excited to walk with you through your financial journey. We do not take being entrusted with your finances lightly and are here to help you make choices for a successful future. Contact us to learn more about what it means to be a part of the Progressions Credit Union family and why we are unlike other financial institutions. We can’t wait to meet you!
Grow Your Membership

Make smart financial moves to reach your goals. Explore your options and grow your dreams.

Accounts

Checking

Loans

Savings/Investments

Youth Accounts

Resources

Your savings journey is important to us. We offer free financial education so you can continue your knowledge and understanding of financial topics that will help you achieve your goals.

Financial Education

ID SafeChoice

Member News

Total Access

Membership Qualifications

To qualify, you must either:
• Live, work, worship or attend school in the state of Washington;
• Have a family member* who is eligible
• Work or be retired from the United States Postal Service (currently Eastern Washington and all of Idaho).

*Related by blood or marriage

What is the difference between a Credit Union v.s. a Bank?

Credit unions may offer similar financial services that you’ll find at a bank—but that’s where the similarities stop. Here are a few significant differences that make having a credit union account the better option:

 

Credit Union

  • Not-for-Profit
  • Owned by Members
  • Financial Cooperative
  • Democratically elected Volunteer Board

Bank

  • For-Profit
  • Owned by Stockholders
  • Corporate Business
  • Paid Board

The #CUDifference

Because Credit Unions are Not-for-Profit, any profits we make go back to serving our members and community.

Since we are owned by our members, we answer to you and not just a small group of shareholders.

As a Financial Cooperative, we work with other credit unions cooperatively to give you more access to accounts and services. This gives you more branch and  ATM access than most big banks through shared branching.

Our board is made up of individuals like you, volunteering and making a difference for our community.

Finally, a financial institution where you aren’t just a number.

When you become a member of Progressions Credit Union, you aren’t just a number, you are a family member. Team Purple is filled with personal, expert staff that are ready to help you be successful on your financial journey. We won’t let you walk it alone, we’ll partner with you through all stages of life, obstacles, questions and more.

Want to become

a member?

Next Steps
We are so excited to walk with you through your financial journey. We do not take being entrusted with your finances lightly and are here to help you make choices for a successful future. Contact us to learn more about what it means to be a part of the Progressions Credit Union family and why we are unlike other financial institutions. We can’t wait to meet you!
Grow Your Membership
Make smart financial moves to reach your goals. Explore your options and grow your dreams.

Accounts

Checking

Loans

Savings/Investments

Youth Accounts

Resources

Your savings journey is important to us. We offer free financial education so you can continue your knowledge and understanding of financial topics that will help you achieve your goals.

Financial Education

ID SafeChoice

Member News

Total Access

Membership Qualifications

To qualify, you must either:
• Live, work, worship or attend school in the state of Washington;
• Have a family member* who is eligible
• Work or be retired from the United States Postal Service (currently Eastern Washington and all of Idaho).

*Related by blood or marriage

What is the difference between a Credit Union v.s. a Bank?

Credit unions may offer similar financial services that you’ll find at a bank—but that’s where the similarities stop. Here are a few significant differences that make having a credit union account the better option:

 

Credit Union

  • Not-for-Profit
  • Owned by Members
  • Financial Cooperative
  • Democratically elected Volunteer Board

Bank

  • For-Profit
  • Owned by Stockholders
  • Corporate Business
  • Paid Board

The #CUDifference

Because Credit Unions are Not-for-Profit, any profits we make go back to serving our members and community.

Since we are owned by our members, we answer to you and not just a small group of shareholders.

As a Financial Cooperative, we work with other credit unions cooperatively to give you more access to accounts and services. This gives you more branch and  ATM access than most big banks through shared branching.

Our board is made up of individuals like you, volunteering and making a difference for our community.

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