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As we deal with the impact of the pandemic, we're taking a page from our past. The book "People Helping People" chronicles TCU's history — and offers perspective on addressing present-day challenges.
During these trying times of social distancing, we can still support our neighbors. TCU offers ways to support small businesses while staying home to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
By partnering with nonprofits like Elkhart County’s HEA, whose new apprenticeship program creates a pathway from high school to upwardly-mobile careers, TCU supports organizations that strengthen our communities.
A pine tree that stood for years outside TCU’s University Park branch has become the largest decorated Christmas tree in Indiana, on display at the Inn at Saint Mary's Gillespie Center.
The northwest Indiana non-profit teamed up with TCU to ensure that 800 families can enjoy a Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings.
TCU's presence in Porter County continues to grow. The credit union was excited to join City of Valparaiso in serving as the the platinum sponsor for the 2019 Valparaiso Popcorn Festival.
This annual, family-friendly event, showcasing over 800 visual, performing and culinary artists, will be held in downtown South Bend on Saturday, Aug. 17.
TCU Business Services Relationship Officer Rickey Miller makes it his business to make a difference in the community, prioritizing service to others both professionally and personally.
The museum's Tea House has been rebuilt, replicating the previous designs, in the garden surrounding South Bend's historic Oliver Mansion. This project was underwritten by TCU.
After nearly 50 years of service, team member Renie Strzelecki, who will retire on July 5, says the thing she'll miss most about working at TCU are the relationships she's developed with members and their families.
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