Through caring service and education, we provide the residents of the St. Louis region with safe, affordable and accessible financial services and products.
We exist to increase the standard of living and better the lifestyle of our members, our staff and the communities we humbly serve.
St. Louis Community is more than a credit union. As the social conscience of banking®, we’re a leader and voice for social justice in the financial services world.
For 75 years and counting, we have been changing lives and giving back to the individuals and communities we humbly serve.
We meet the ever-growing banking needs of all people, including low- and moderate-income individuals. Because we are a not-for-profit financial cooperative, we can offer better rates and fewer fees than most large financial institutions.
As a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), we are committed to providing an outstanding selection of checking, savings and loan opportunities to help individuals and families create pathways to wealth. We are also a Low-Income Designated credit union and one of the largest Minority Depository Institutions in the country (per the National Credit Union Administration).
With 15 branch locations, we reach into some of St. Louis’ most financially underserved zip codes, including mini-branch offices inside social service agencies. We also operate 17 ATMs, plus participate in a credit union shared branching and ATM network that features thousands of locations nationwide.
Your membership with us means something. When you do business with St. Louis Community, you are making a difference. We give back to the communities we serve by:
- offering affordable auto and home loans, second-chance checking products, savings accounts, credit building services and a payday loan alternative
- placing locations in underserved communities where we are needed most
- delivering free, hands-on financial education*
We’re part of the communities we reach. With 175-plus full-time employees, our connection is real.
Today, St. Louis Community Credit Union has more than $250 million in assets and serves more than 53,000 members.
What we do matters.
*Certain project costs have been underwritten by the Missouri Department of Economic Development, Neighborhood Assistance Program. These educational activities are financed (in part) through an allocation of Community Development Block Grant funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the City of St. Louis’ Community Development Administration.