On Wednesday, December 10, Cooperative Federal was one of just six community development financial institutions (CDFI) from across the nation to be honored with a 2008 Wachovia NEXT Award. The awards, announced at the 2008 Opportunity Finance Network (OFN) Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, are among the most prestigious awards for responsible lending in the U.S.
Picture yourself debt-free. Good credit. Spare money. Less stress.
Cooperative Federal is currently accepting enrollment for two money management classes. Contact Nick at 473-0223 for more information or to sign up.
- Your Money, Your Life
Our personal financial empowerment course.
Over six sessions, discuss budgeting, finding the best interest rates, understanding credit, take a look at your own credit report, and more.
Light dinner is provided.
On Wednesday, October 15, 2008, a coalition of Central New York Credit Unions landscaped a home in Syracuses Near West Side neighborhood to commemorate International Credit Union Week. The beautified home, located at 166 Grace Street in Syracuse, has been renovated by Home HeadQuarters, Inc. and will soon be sold to a low-to-moderate income, first-time homebuyer.
On Friday, September 12, the mayor's office announced a new loan fund for minority and women contractors, in partnership with your credit union, Cooperative Federal.
The city is working with Cooperative Federal to establish the fund. The program aims to help minority and women contractors in the city sustain and expand their businesses by providing short-term, work-capital loans.
The fund is stocked with $50,000 from the Syracuse Economic Development Corp. and $125,000 from Cooperative Federal via the Empire State Development Corp.
If the Credit Union is ever forced to close due to an emergency (fire, weather, hailstorm, etc.) information will be posted on this website. We will also notify local radio and television stations.
Syracuse's community development credit union has celebrated a major milestone:
the Grand Opening of our third,
community-based office in Syracuse.
Our third full-service branch is located on the Northside, minutes from downtown!
800 N Salina St
at the corner of Salina and Catawba
Open Monday - Friday, 12:00 - 6:00 PM
Call 473-0280 for Member Service.
Getting together just once a year isnt enough.
At the Annual Meeting, members asked many thoughtful questions so many that we ran over on time! Wed like to give you the chance to ask questions more than once a year, and to find out more about projects and plans for our credit unions future.
But whats the best way to do that?
We are proposing Membership Meetings, once every quarter: hour-long gatherings of board, staff, and members to have Q&A sessions and share information on new initiatives or plans.
At the end of February, President Bush signed the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 a piece of legislation he described as a booster shot for the American economy. This legislation promises payment of at least $300 to all qualifying Americans. Here are some frequently ask questions about the Economic Stimulus Payment, including how to get it ... and how to use it!
Credit Unions are owned by members. Our job is to serve you - not to make a big profit for some outside stockholders!
The Credit Unions For You website contains resources for you, our members/owners. Especially useful are the financial calculators to plan for debt payoff, auto loans, building savings, mortgages, and more.
Repairs, organizing, odd jobs, and errands
(little to no cleaning)
3 hours per week, weekday morning or afternoon, at the Eastside Office.
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