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Mission Statement

Be the financial institution of choice by providing an exceptional member experience.

 

 

Vision

Empower the community to achieve financial success.

 

 

Core Values

Professional
Integrity, Teamwork, Friendly, Reliable

Commitment
Member Focused, Financial Education, Dependable, Quality, Competitive, Financial Strength

Family
Dedicated, Caring, Community

Convenient
Free online services, Shared branching, Flexibility

Unique
Locally owned, Over 65 Years of Service in Pinal County

 

 

Board of Directors

Phyllis Wilbanks, Chairperson
Charlie Estrada, Vice Chairperson
Brandi Bain, Secretary/Treasurer
Scott Barber, Director
George Garcia, Director
Ruth Smith, Director
Mathew Reese, Director

 

Over 65 years of helping families achieve their goals and dreams!

History 

Pinal County Federal Credit Union began in 1953 as a School Credit Union. Over the years PCFCU has grown to serving all of Pinal County with 7 convenient branch locations. 

Our dedication in serving our members for over half a century is the reason we are still here providing financial services for generations to come. We continue to follow the credit union philosophy of "People Helping People".

To our members: Thank you for your continued support. We recognize and appreciate your loyalty through the years. We are honored with the opportunity to serve you.

My LIFE. My MONEY. My LOCAL Credit Union. 

 

WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A CDFI 

Community Development Financial Institution

• Community Development Financial Institutions - or CDFIs - are mission-driven financial institutions that are dedicated to providing financial services to meet the needs of economically disadvantaged individuals within underserved communities.

• CDFIs invest in local communities and the residents who live there by providing critically needed financing often unavailable from mainstream financial institutions.

• CDFIs are certified by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund – known as the CDFI Fund. In order to become a certified CDFI, the financial institution must: have a primary mission of promoting community development; provide financial products and services; serve one or more defined low-income target markets; maintain accountability to the community it serves; and be a legal non-governmental entity.

• All CDFIs share a common mission of serving low-income communities. CDFIs are commonly loan funds, credit unions, community banks, or venture capital funds.

• Certified CDFIs are part of a national network promoting economic growth in America’s underserved communities by financing businesses, creating jobs, and rebuilding neighborhoods.

• As a CDFI, Pinal County Federal Credit Union puts the community first and values local, economic growth.

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