Learn all about Peninsula Credit Union, who we are, and how to become a member. Click on any of the sections below to find out more!
We are proud to offer our members personal, friendly service, great rates and numerous financial products – all in the spirit of teamwork and cooperation.
Our business philosophy is best described by our mission statement: “We listen, we serve, we educate, we care… always.” We are conscious of our roots, mindful of our responsibilities and energized by our potential to aid our members in an increasingly complex financial world. We are involved in our communities and, like you, appreciative of the dramatic beauty and riches of the Olympic Peninsula.
Peninsula Credit Union is a federally chartered credit union and is regulated by the National Credit Union Administration. Everyone who lives, works, worships, goes to school in Kitsap, Mason, Jefferson, Clallam or Grays Harbor County and/or the immediate family related to a current member is eligible to join.
A credit union is a cooperative financial institution, owned and controlled by the members who use its services. Credit unions are not-for-profit, and exist to provide a safe, convenient place for members to save money and to get loans at reasonable rates.
Credit unions serve groups that share something in common, such as where they work, live, or go to church. All credit unions are audited regularly by state or federal examiners to ensure sound financial practices and credit union well-being.
Hermann Schulze-Delitzsch and Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen created the first true credit unions in Germany in 1852 and 1864. In 1864, Raiffeisen organized a new credit union along principles still fundamental today.
“Money alone will improve nothing”, wrote Friedrich Raiffeisen. “Much more important is education in the purposeful use of funds made available by credit unions to bring about improved conditions.
Joining Peninsula Credit Union is easy. Simply follow the steps listed in the printable PDF below and you’ll be on your way!
Below you’ll find our annual reports (in PDF format) from the past several years.
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Learn why credit unions are different and why so many people are making the switch from banks to credit unions.
View the most recent Peninsula Credit Union Priorities newsletter.
View the Peninsula Credit Union Annual Report.