Our Partner Credit Unions

Raisin’s ever-growing suite of partner credit unions are not-for-profit, member-driven institutions. Take a look below for our current network.

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Our Partner Credit Unions

Raisin’s ever-growing suite of partner credit unions are not-for-profit, member-driven institutions. Take a look below for our current network.

Start your registration today

Learn more about our partner credit unions

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American First Credit Union

A history of supporting working families

American First Credit Union has a legacy going back 70 years as a not-for-profit financial institution that, at its founding, was dedicated to supporting grocery store workers. American First Credit Union has since undergone waves of change over the years, keeping its heritage in mind while charting a path toward modernization and growth.

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Atlantic Federal Credit Union

Providing financial services at a low cost

The Atlantic Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit organization that prioritizes the communities they serve.

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Bellco Credit Union

Serving its members since 1936

Bellco is driven by a mission to support its members no matter where they are on their journey toward financial empowerment.

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Blue Federal Credit Union

Advancing worthy causes

For the following 70-plus years, the organization has transformed through expansion, successful mergers and an ever-growing membership base to become a financial institution that today is all about empowering people to tap into the potential of their money, life and community.


Connexus Credit Union

Wisconsin Based

Connexus Credit Union is a member-focused cooperative with over $5B in assets, serving members across all 50 states.


Consumers Credit Union

Believes everyone needs people who are in their corner

Founded in 1930 and headquartered in Gurnee, IL, Consumers Credit Union is one of the largest credit unions in the state, has $3.28 billion in assets and serves more than 200,000 members.

Great Lakes Credit Union

Great Lakes Credit Union

Community-focused financial institution

Great Lakes Credit Union is a not-for-profit, member-owned credit union that has been serving a diverse set of members and communities for more than 80 years.


GreenState Credit Union

One of the nation’s largest financial cooperatives

Dedicated to delivering their profits back to their members in the form of better rates and lower fees, GreenState serves hundreds of thousands of members across all 50 states.


GreenWood Credit Union

Member-oriented credit union

Greenwood Credit Union is a proud local Rhode Island institution, serving their local community with a complete range of financial services. With a strong focus on their members, they’re able to prioritize offering better rates in addition to providing personal service. 

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Harborstone Credit Union

Supports local organizations focused on financial literacy, community safety, and more

Harborstone began in 1955 as McChord Federal Credit Union serving Air Force members on McChord Air Force Base. From their modest beginnings, they have always existed for the betterment of their members and community.

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InRoads Credit Union

Help people reach their financial goals

InRoads has been helping folks earn more and save more for over 85 years. You'll find InRoads teaching financial education in local schools, offering loan rates that keep monthly budgets in check, as well as innovative Deposit products designed to maximize return.


SkyOne Federal Credit Union

Strong financial foundation

SkyOne Federal Credit Union has been serving its members for 72 years, providing financial tools to help members save for their future, get financing for their homes and cars, and much more.


StagePoint Credit Union

Community-based financial institution

StagePoint Federal Credit Union has been working to help hard-working Americans who want a better future. They understand that everyone’s financial journey has many stages and want to serve as a trusted financial partner to guide their members through each stage.


Technology Credit Union

Provides a full array of financial products and services

With more than $4.5 billion in assets under management and ten full-service branches in the Bay Area, Tech CU has grown and thrived for more than 60 years — establishing ourselves as a financial services leader that consistently achieves high marks for our customer satisfaction.

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UNCLE Credit Union

An ongoing investment in infrastructure, technology, and talent

Today, UNCLE Credit Union provides a wide range of financial solutions including checking and savings accounts, consumer and auto loans, mortgage products, credit cards, business banking, and a full spectrum of investment and financial planning services available under our Wealth Management Center.


University Credit Union

Founded in 1951

In the decades since, they have grown to serve many of the top universities in the nation.

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VyStar Credit Union

Pursues growth for good

VyStar was founded over 70 years ago, when several military service members came together to form a credit union to help those serving the country with their financial needs. Since their humble beginnings, VyStar Credit Union has expanded to become the 13th largest credit union in the United States, with over 915,000 members. 

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A credit union that serves its community

WECU is a credit union based in Bellingham, Washington. Founded in 1936 as Bellingham Teachers Credit Union, WECU provides contemporary banking products and services to more than 150,000 individuals and businesses.

More about Raisin's credit union partners

With a single, convenient login, Raisin customers have access to credit union savings products along with those offered by banks. This helps give Raisin customers greater choice and greater ability to diversify their savings portfolio.

Plus, with Raisin, there’s one signup process. If you add a credit union’s products to your portfolio, there are no additional identity verifications or lengthy applications to go through — just a simple member agreement to accept. (Credit unions, as not-for-profit entities, commonly refer to their constituents as “members,” not customers.)

Best of all, Raisin customers don’t pay any membership fees or donations when adding a savings product from a credit union.

Each credit union that partners with Raisin is covered by NCUA insurance. What does this mean? You can rest assured that your savings are protected thanks to federal deposit insurance coverage up to the applicable legal limits. For individual share accounts — a type of credit union savings product comparable to banks’ individual savings accounts — that’s $250,000.

There are many other advantages to a credit union. A credit union offering savings products through Raisin also has its community in mind. Credit unions serve and act in the interest of the financial well-being of their members, who might hail from the same industry or belong to the same organization. And many credit unions support causes that seek to positively impact their communities.

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Raisin is not an FDIC-insured bank or an NCUA-insured credit union, and does not hold any customer funds. Funds deposited through Raisin are exclusively held at federally insured financial institutions. FDIC or NCUA deposit insurance coverage covers the failure of partner banks and credit unions on the Raisin platform.

Customer funds are held in various custodial deposit accounts. Each customer authorizes the Custodial Bank to hold the customer’s funds in such accounts, in a custodial capacity, in order to effectuate the customer’s deposits to and withdrawals from the various bank and credit union products that the customer requests through Raisin.com. The Custodial Bank does not establish the terms of the bank or credit union products and provides no advice to customers about bank or credit union products offered through Raisin.com. Central Bank of Kansas City (CBKC), Member FDIC, d.b.a. Central Payments is the Service Bank. CBKC, Lewis & Clark Bank and Starion Bank, each Member FDIC, are the Custodial Banks.