Community

Making a difference

"Community" is our middle name. We love the communities we serve. With relentless generosity, we strive through our donations of time and money to make Oregon a great place to live, work, and play.

  • We love the communities we serve. Over the last year, we served more than 25 nonprofits throughout Oregon.
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    We give our time. Our employees volunteered  a collective 1,775 hours in  the last year.
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    We are making a difference. Every donation of time and money makes the communities we serve a better place. The impact is shown through: 1,800 pounds of electronics recycled, 500 pounds of clothes donated, 125 pounds of debris cleared from parks, 100 gallons of paint used at schools & nonprofits, 21 tons of documents shredded
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Passion meets action

View photos of Oregon Community Credit Union staff getting involved in the community.

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Partner with OCCU

We're passionate about supporting education, financial literacy, and basic needs of our communities. Learn how you can partner with OCCU, through requesting support for your cause or by supporting ours.

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Student Scholarships

Supporting opportunities for Oregon residents to succeed in their continuing education, OCCU funds scholarships through the PathwayOregon program.

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News & Events

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OCCU and Hertz team up to support Boys and Girls Club
Tue, 05/01/2018 to Thu, 05/31/2018

Financial guidance

View tips and tricks, as well as deep insights, for reaching your financial goals.

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Understanding your retirement income replacement ratio

Although the term “retirement income replacement ratio” sounds formidable, it’s actually a simple, understandable concept that doesn’t require any fancy math.

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Thinking about remodeling? Then consider ROI.

For many homeowners, home improvements are inevitable.  In 2015, Americans spent more than $320 billion in upgrades and renovations to their homes.