About Self-Help Federal Credit Union—California, Greater Chicago & Florida (Apopka and Pierson)
Self-Help Federal Credit Union was chartered in 2008 to build a network of credit union branches to operate on a scale uncommon in the community development industry. Through a series of mergers, acquisitions and new branch launches in California, Illinois and most recently in Florida (Apopka and Pierson), we are building a community development credit union that aims to provide high-impact financial services to working-class communities.
Self-Help Federal now has 24 branches*, $680 million in assets and serves over 80,000 people. We are committed to delivering safe and affordable savings, transparently-priced accounts and a full suite of loans—small dollar, citizenship, unsecured consumer, auto and mortgage—often to borrowers who could not access responsible services elsewhere.
Self-Help Federal is part of the Self-Help family of non-profit organizations with a common mission and leadership. Over its 36-year history, Self-Help has learned that access to responsible savings, loans and transactions is key to financial security, family health and improved opportunity for low-income families. In total, the Self-Help family of non-profit organizations is more than 117,000 members strong and has delivered $7.2 billion in financing through over 121,000 loans to families, individuals and organizations across the United States.
Learn more about the Self-Help family.
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*Branch numbers in California include the San Diego branch, which is scheduled to open in December 2016.