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Tuesday, December 1, 2020

9th Annual Warming Hearts & Homes: You Click, We Donate!

Community Financial Credit Union is excited to kick off the holiday season with the return of our 9th annual Warming Hearts & Homes charitable campaign! Throughout the month of December, Community Financial will donate up to $40,000* to local nonprofit organizations that provide heat, food, shelter and clothing to Michigan families in need.

During the winter months, cold weather puts extra strain on families, some of whom are forced to choose between paying utilities and putting food on the table. Not only that, but COVID-19 has put strain on many households as well, which means this may be the hardest winter yet. Community Financial remains dedicated to supporting the fight against cold and hunger in Michigan each winter.

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Financial Health in a COVID World

As the world continues to adjust to the new normal, it's more important than ever to make sure that you and your finances are both healthy! Being financially fit is crucial for a well-balanced, stress-free life. Here’s why (and how):

Friday, November 20, 2020

School Spotlight: Rosedale Elementary, A Partner in Creativity

Community Financial creatively continues its school partnerships with our Student-Run Credit Union program during these unprecedented times.  This year, our school partnerships look different, but creativity seems to be the one constant throughout. 

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

How to Celebrate Thanksgiving During COVID-19

It’s turkey season! Here’s how to celebrate Thanksgiving 2020 without compromising the health and safety of you and your guests.

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Beware Jury Duty Scams

Jury duty is a responsibility that enables courts to serve justice in a fair and efficient way. Unfortunately, it is often used as a cover for scams. Here’s all you need to know about jury duty scams.

How the scam plays out

A scammer impersonates a court or law enforcement official, claiming the victim has failed to show up for jury duty. They threaten immediate arrest unless a fine is paid by credit card, prepaid debit card or money transfer. Unfortunately for the victim, the money they pay will go directly into the scammer’s pockets.