Credit Union Benefits

Owning is Better! 

Have you ever considered owning your financial institution? At Viriva Community Credit Union, you can!  Take control of your money and experience the credit union benefits of ownership by becoming a member today! Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, attends school in Bucks, Delaware, Montgomery or Philadelphia Counties in Pennsylvania, or is a family member of an existing member.

Is owning a financial institution possible?    …YES

When you join Viriva Community Credit Union you become a share holder along with all of our other members.  It doesn’t matter if you have $5.00 or $50,000.00 in your account, each member is entitled to an equal vote.

What do I vote for?    …WHAT MATTERS TO YOU!

You have the power to decide who amongst the membership shares the same values as you do. You can either vote for a fellow member or you can elect yourself to run for the volunteer board of directors election.

Are the Board Members really volunteers?    …YES

There’s no extra “perks” for officials at Viriva Community Credit Union. Our Board Members are everyday members dedicated to improving the financial well being of Viriva Community Credit Union’s entire membership.

So if the Board doesn’t benefit in any way, then who does?    …YOU DO!

Viriva Community Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial institution that returns its excess income to its members in the form of lower service fees and better rates!

How do I become a member?    …IT’S EASY!

Open a savings account with a minimum deposit of just $5.00 to join Viriva Community Credit Union! Submit an ONLINE MEMBERSHIP REQUEST now!

Some of Viriva Community Credit Union’s membership features include:

– TRUSTAGE CREDIT UNION INSURANCEReceive discounts on your home and auto insurance policies


– Free Notary (By appointment only)

– Free 30 Minute Legal Consultation (CONTACT US for more details)


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