America’s Credit Union Museum, located in Manchester, N.H., honors our shared history, documents today’s achievements, helps credit unions prepare for tomorrow’s challenges and inspires our industry’s collective future. As a salute to the spirit on which credit unions were founded, the museum is housed in the building where America’s first credit union was begun, America’s Credit Union Museum offers a one-of-a-kind interactive experience that brings to life a vision as relevant today as it was 100 years ago.
Today, the museum is gathering information on credit unions throughout the nation, asking for origin stories so that they can be included in the rich tapestry of the “people helping people” movement that has made a difference in countless lives.
Credit unions in Alabama, Florida and Georgia should share the stories of their beginnings to ensure our states are represented and recognized for the good they do.
In its request for submissions, the museum page states, “The story of people helping people is timeless. From our industry’s humble roots to the work your credit union is doing today during the current covid-19 crisis; the credit union movement has always been about making a difference. Please help us capture the stories of your organization so it may be included in the museum’s database.”
Share your story here.
To plan a visit to the America’s Credit Union Museum in Manchester, N.H., click here.