A Call to Serve

A Call for Volunteers

Are you interested in using your skills to support your credit union? We are looking for applicants for openings that may come available on the Board of Directors or Supervisory Committee. Any member, at least 18 years old, must provide a completed Volunteer Application and résumé by 3:00pm on February 15, 2019. Please visit our Leadership page for more information.

Making a Difference for Those Who Need It Most

Making a Difference for Those Who Need It Most

Do you remember hearing that the Clackamas Service Center (CSC) suffered from a fire in 2017? This devastating event has become something positive for the Center, and our community. As long-time supporters of the good work that CSC does for Clackamas County, we wanted to help. This summer before their opening, Clackamas Federal Credit Union volunteers rolled up their sleeves … Read more

Bonus Dividend

Clackamas Continues to Give Back

Good news! For the first time in recent history, this year our members will collectively earn more than $1.2 million with a bonus dividend. Our Board of Directors approved the dividend at their November Board Meeting. The one-time dividend is paid on an aggregate account and loan balance and is in addition to regular monthly dividends paid on member share … Read more


Alphonse Desjardins Awards

Last night we were recognized for the financial literacy education work we do in our community! Northwest Credit Union Association awarded us with not one, but two awards for our efforts – the Desjardins Youth and Adult Financial Education awards. “Through partnerships with community organizations, Clackamas Federal Credit Union offered 47 classes to youth last year that taught banking, budgeting, … Read more

An Important Notice from Clackamas

Card Security Notice

Clackamas Federal Credit Union has been informed that some Visa debit and/or Visa credit cards may have been compromised in a local merchant breach. Steps are being taken to protect our members by blocking and reissuing cards. Please note we will not be able to reissue cards in our branches. Impacted members have been notified via text message and/or email. … Read more

International Credit Union Day 2018

Celebrate International Credit Union Day With Us!

The credit union movement is steeped in a rich history of collaboration across divides. For nearly two centuries, financial cooperatives have encouraged people of every race, gender, and belief to come together and give their all towards the betterment of their communities. It’s about people helping people. That’s why credit unions always offer a platinum lining. This year, on October … Read more

Burgerville Data Breach

Burgerville Breach Update

Burgerville recently reported a breach that resulted in some of their customers’ credit card and debit card information being compromised. Clackamas Federal Credit Union was not breached, but Clackamas members who used a credit or debit card at Burgerville between September 2017 and September 30, 2018 may be impacted. If you have any questions or concerns about your Clackamas debit … Read more

Ransomware is the Real Deal

Ransomware is the Real Deal

Ransomware has been a prominent threat to the security of both organizations and individuals for several years, but has just recently become more common and more commonly discussed in the popular press. It sounds like something out of a movie plot, but it is the real deal. Over the past two years, numerous large-scale ransomware attacks have infected computers all … Read more

Protecting Your Loved Ones with Life Insurance

Protecting Your Loved Ones with Life Insurance

Protecting Your Loved Ones with Life Insurance September is National Life Insurance Awareness Month. While many Americans recognize that it is important to protect loved ones with life insurance, far too many lack adequate coverage. National Life Insurance Awareness Month is intended to prompt Americans to assess their life insurance needs. How much life insurance do you need? Your life … Read more

A Note from the CEO: Why Special Needs Planning Matters to Aaron

A Note from the CEO: Why Special Needs Planning Matters

My daughter was born 15 years ago. She was beautiful and healthy, and of course my wife and I were over the moon. She was my first and only daughter, and like fathers do, I almost immediately began worrying about boys and weddings and protecting my little girl for a lifetime. In her first few years we began to notice … Read more

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