Why join Sun Center Federal Credit Union vs. any other Credit Union?
As cooperatives, credit unions are member-owned.
This fundamental principle is at the heart of credit union’s success. Credit unions are owned and governed by their member-owners. The credit union exists solely to provide you and other members with a safe, convenient place to save, to obtain loans at reasonable rates, and to provide other needed financial services. You are an owner in your credit union, and you have a say in how it is run.
As not for profits, credit unions share the wealth.
The benefits of success at your credit union stay within the credit union. Earnings go right back to members in the form of affordable loans, competitive rates on savings, and other value-added services. Credit unions are owned by the people who save and borrow at them—there are no outside shareholders or profits.
As democratic institutions, credit unions succeed through VOLUNTEERS.
The active involvement of volunteers is the cornerstone of the credit union philosophy. Your credit union’s policy-making Board of Directors, and its committees, are comprised of individuals elected by members. All of these volunteers are unpaid for their credit union service. They’re people you may know, and can trust.