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As a community credit union since October 10, 1955, anyone in Washington State can join Harborstone Credit Union. Harborstone is a member-owned, not-for-profit organization offering members more than financial services. We help the community by helping members save and borrow.

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Harborstone Turns 60!

On October 10, 1955, McChord Credit Union opened its doors as a member-owned, not-for-profit alternative to banking. A name change and 60 years later, Harborstone is still serving members with the same member-owned mentality—in person, over the phone, and on your digital devices.

To celebrate 60 years together, we set out to talk to some of our loyal members and longest-tenured employees to recognize them and learn about their experiences with Harborstone over the years. One common thread that connects members and employees is the feeling of trust and passion for an exceptional banking experience. Throughout the year, we will publish their stories.

Nancy's Story

Jeff's Story

Carlene's Story

Suzanne's Story

Trujillos' Story

Kathy's Story

Merrions' Story

Steve's Story

Former Board Member Retires

Suzanne Colpitts served on the Board of Directors for more than 16 years and was also a Harborstone Supervisory Committee member from 1996 to 2012. She recently retired from the Board of Directors in January 2016.

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Northwest Credit Unions Awarded for Microbusiness Loan Leadership

Harborstone Credit Union, BECU, and Verity Credit Union in Washington, as well as OnPoint Community Credit Union in Oregon, were awarded the Federal Home Loan Bank's (FHLB) first-place 2015 Strong Communities Award from among urban institutions nationally for their microlending program, Business Impact NW.

Business Impact NW provides microloans (under $50,000) to women-, minority-, veteran-, and immigrant-owned businesses, especially to low/moderate-income owners and underserved communities in Washington and Oregon.

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Harborstone helps local business, Plum Bistro, thrive with micro lending

Harborstone's unique partnership with the University of Washington is helping local businesses thrive with micro lending—including Plum Bistro, an expanding vegan restaurant chain! (01/2015)

Watch a video featuring Phil Jones, Harborstone's President and CEO.

 

Harborstone Credit Union Pays it Forward 27 Times

Harborstone was featured in an Anthem article, from Northwest Credit Union Association.

"With their internal competition and "12 Days of Pay it Forward," Harborstone multiplied their impact." (01/2015)

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Harborstone funds first two micro loans

Harborstone was featured in a Business Examiner article.

"Through a partnership with University of Washington’s Foster School of Business and Northwest Business and Community Development Center, Harborstone has funded the first two loans (both in Seattle) under the state's Microenterprise Loan Fund. The first two loans were awarded to Makini Howell, owner of Plum Restaurants on Seattle’s Capitol Hill, and Danyale Thomas of Good Hair Salon." (12/2014)

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Carlene Joseph receives AUSA 2013 Major General Anthony J. Drexel Biddle Medal

Harborstone was featured in an article from Northwest Military.

"Harborstone congratulates Carlene Joseph (Harborstone Vice President of Military Relations & AUSA Captain Meriwether Lewis Chapter President) for receiving the Major General Anthony J. Drexel Biddle Medal." (10/2014)

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Harborstone helps students with school-supply drive

Harborstone was featured in an article from The Seattle Times.

"Harborstone was featured in an article from The Seattle Times because we organized a workplace school-supply drive. After collecting and dropping off about 40 pounds of crayons, pens, notebooks, and backpacks to the YWCA in Seattle, we were deeply touched by everyone's efforts to send area school children back to school with pride, or at the very least, less stress." (09/2014)

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