At IHMVCU, we’re dedicated to improving the financial-wellbeing of our members and the communities we serve. Our employees are actively involved in their communities—last year they donated more than 1,200 hours of service and raised more than $15,000 through bake sales, raffles, casual days and personal contributions for community organizations and non-profits.
On a corporate level, we remain committed to serving areas with significant gaps in services. Specifically human services, military, and youth and education.
In 2015, we received Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) designation, allowing us to create partnerships and collaborations to tackle rising poverty in our communities. We actively serve low-to-moderate income households with an array of traditional and non-traditional financial products and services.
As a credit union with Low Income Designation (LID) we're looking out for those communities that need our service the most. We believe that providing credit is one of the best ways we can help members and their communities grow and prosper. We use your deposits to lend and invest in local businesses, organizations and initiatives that support economic development, financial education and impact poverty drivers.
IHMVCU offers $29,500 in scholarships to local students who standout in the classroom and stand up in their communities, including a top prize of $10,000. We’ve awarded nearly $225,000 to more than 230 students since the program began in 1999.
We welcome the opportunity to sponsor initiatives that support economic development, youth and education, innovation, and arts and culture. If your organization needs assistance, please submit a donation request form.
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