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TCU is committed to keeping members informed of all the ways we're helping in the communities we serve and how to bank smarter and safer.
Do Something Good for Your Neighbor

May 16 is National Do Something Good for Your Neighbor Day! And if there was a ever a time to help a neighbor, it’s now. Here are ways that you can help to ensure everyone has a community they can rely on during these uncertain times.

Financial Tips for Older Americans

In recognition of Older Americans Month in May, TCU is providing tips and advice to prevent financial exploitation of older adults.

Coronavirus and College

The pandemic has taken a toll on colleges — and on students and their families. Here are strategies to help high school juniors and seniors, current college students and recent college graduates make future plans in uncertain times.

Your May Financial To-Do List

In times of uncertainty, it's easy to get overwhelmed. But one way to cope is to focus on the basics and long-term goals. TCU offers tips to help you keep your finances on track this month and during these unprecedented times.

Moms Do Know Best, Right?

It's true what they say: Mom knows best. To celebrate Mother's Day, TCU gathered some of our favorite pieces of advice from our mothers. And while making our beds still doesn’t rank as our favorite activity, we have grown to appreciate our moms' words of wisdom.

TCU's Many Ways to Bank

Online and mobile banking are convenient resources to make managing your finances fast and easy! And hundreds of free ATMs throughout Indiana and southwest Michigan — and thousands of reduced-fee Co-Op locations nationwide — provide 24-hour access to your accounts.

What You Need to Know About Pausing Loans  Amid the Pandemic

If you've been financially impacted by the coronavirus, TCU offers loan deferment among its relief measures — and information to help you evaluate whether postponing payment is right for you.

Take Advantage of TCU’s Free Financial Literacy Tools

April is Financial Literacy Month. We encourage you to explore TCU’s free resources to help you make sound decisions on the path to achieving your personal financial goals.

TCU Donates $30,000 to Food Banks

As demand for assistance is rising at an extraordinary rate, TCU will provide $10,000 to three Indiana food banks. The strain on these organizations, and on the people who need them, "requires a community response equal to the challenge," says TCU President Paul Marsh.

Top Fort Wayne Mortgage Professionals Join TCU

Shawn McArdle and Vicki Partaker, two of Allen County's leading mortgage professionals, bring their service-oriented and community-focused approach to TCU Mortgage.