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Not here for our profit, here for yours.

We’re a credit union, which means we’re just like a bank, only better. PFCU offers better rates, better fees, and a better philosophy than a traditional bank because we’re member-owned, which means no shareholders to appease and all of our profits go right back to the people. Because when our members succeed, it’s better for everyone.

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Community you can bank on

To us, there’s no better investment than community. From the start, we’ve helped our members open businesses, improve their homes and send their kids to school. No fat cats here. Just neighbors.

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Become a member

If you live, work, worship or go to school in Philadelphia County or Columbia County, you can become a member. Also, if you work for a company in one of our select employee groups, you can become a member. It’s that easy.

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Referral Reward Program

Already a proud member of PFCU? Spread the word! Refer a friend or neighbor to us, and if they join we’ll give you both a gift.

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What's new at PFCU?

Take a look below and read all about it.

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Credit Seminar - Fumo Family Library

1/24/2018

Credit doesn’t have to be confusing. Join us for a seminar and learn all about it!

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Five Steps for Setting 2018 Financial Resolutions

1/17/2018 

Every new year, individuals make common promises to eat healthier, exercise more, give up bad habits and establish financial resolutions. While it can be difficult to stay on track, there are simple steps you can take each year to stick with your financial goals.

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Facebook Users Help Philadelphia Federal Credit Union Donate $5,000 to Local Nonprofits

1/12/2018

Philadelphia Federal Credit Union (PFCU) kicked off a social media giving campaign at the end of 2017 asking Facebook users to determine how the credit union would distribute a $5,000 donation among four local nonprofit organizations.

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