At Hawaii State FCU, our members are also the owners. Sure, we give everyone an account number, but we don’t think of our members that way. Here, members are known by their names and are treated like family. Best of all, we always have our member’s back.
The Credit Union Difference
Free Children’s eBook
Read our children’s eBook based around the credit union philosophy of “people helping people.” It’s a charming tale of four children who work together to help spruce up a park and do something right for their neighborhood. The cute illustrations and local references will surely delight keiki and adults alike.Download eBook
Credit Union Basics
A credit union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative, owned and operated by its members. Members pool their assets to receive favorable yields on accounts and competitive rates on loans, as well as other financial services and products designed to meet members’ changing financial needs.
What Sets Us Apart?
Members join Hawaii State FCU because we’re a family. People talk about the credit union, share their great experiences and tell others about the wonderful service. Because we’re focused on people rather than profits, everything we do is for our members. And we always have their backs. We can have yours, too. All you need to do is join our family.
The credit union gives you a personal feel. It’s almost like working with family.
I am always treated with kindness and courtesy. The staff and tellers go out of their way to make my visit pleasant and timely. I am not charged like other banks for every little thing.
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Grants & Scholarships
Hawaii State FCU has already awarded more than half a million dollars in scholarships since 1996. Recipients each receive $5,000 to be used toward a university, college or trade/vocational school.
It’s important to recognize and appreciate everything our Hawaii teachers do for our kids. That’s why we created the Investing in Education Grant. The money can be used to buy classroom supplies, books, electronics and more.
We believe in volunteering for worthwhile causes in our local communities. Look for us out in the community year-round as we do our part to improve the lives of others.