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What's Happening

Welcome to What's Happening at Harborstone. Below, you'll find information and links on credit union and community events, current promotions, and the products and services that make your membership valuable. Be sure to check back regularly, as this page is regularly updated with our most current offers. If you ever have any questions, feel free to contact us.

Upcoming Shred Days


Securely destroy your sensitive documents at Harborstone's annual shredding days. Help prevent identity theft, keep landfills clean, and lessen local hunger.

Harborstone's Shred Days are free and open to the public.

  • Bring up to three grocery bags of items to be shredded, free of charge.
  • Bring nonperishable food to donate to local food banks (FISH Food Bank and Kent Food Bank will benefit from this year's Shred Days).
  • Window-washing fundraiser to support Relay for Life (at Tacoma, 74th Street Branch Shred Day only).

Friday, April 25

Kent Branch: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
207 W. Kent Station St., Ste. 101, Kent, WA

Saturday, May 10

Tacoma, 74th Street Branch: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
7220 Tacoma Mall Blvd., Tacoma

McChord Branch – Now Open


Our brand-new branch located on Joint Base Lewis-McChord is now open.

McChord Field Branch

Building 532 Barnes Blvd.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord (controlled access installation)

Monday - Friday
Drive-Up: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Lobby: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

This is a particular treat for Harborstone members who frequent the McChord branch, because plans to build a new branch have been in the works for many years. The old building will be demolished, but the date hasn't yet been scheduled.

Harborstone wins CUNA Diamond Awards


Harborstone won two CUNA Diamond Awards on March 14 at the CUNA marketing conference in Orlando, FL.

2014 Auto Pass Digital Advertising

2014 Harborstone Calendar

The Diamond Award competition is the most prestigious competition for excellence in marketing and business development in the credit union industry. Credit unions that receive these awards know that their work represents the very best examples of creativity, innovation, relevance, and execution. The Diamond Awards are not easily earned.

The award was presented by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Marketing & Business Development Council, a national network comprised of over 1,100 credit union marketing and business development professionals.

Harborstone received a WorkWell Award


Harborstone was featured in an article from The Suburban Times, the monthly Pierce County community email publication.

"Harborstone Credit Union was recognized as Happy Heart Achievement designee at the WorkWell Awards on February 14 at the Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber's Chamber Luncheon. The annual WorkWell Awards is a celebration of the healthy workplace. The Chamber celebrated the strides Pierce County businesses took to make health and wellness a priority in their workplace." (02/15/2014)

Click here to read the whole article.

As state rep, Harborstone employee stresses in-person advocacy


Harborstone was featured in an article from News Now, the real-time publication from the Credit Union National Association (CUNA).

"As a Washington state representative and as a credit union employee, Steve Kirby knows the importance of in-person advocacy from both sides of the desk." (01/30/2014)

Click here to read the whole article.

Harborstone Takes Political Advocacy on the Road


Harborstone was featured in an article from Anthem, the twice per week publication from the Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA).

"We believe that every credit union employee should be able to fully articulate the importance of credit unions, understand the reasons why credit unions have an income tax exemption, and expertly explain these ideas to our membership," says Vicky Nelson, Harborstone's business sales and services manager, who developed the Roadshow idea with President and CEO Phil Jones. (12/28/2013)

Click here to read the whole article.

Why Choose The UnBank®?

What’s the difference between a bank and a credit union? Here at Harborstone, it’s a question we’re asked every day.

And we are happy to have the chance to explain. Because the differences between banks and credit unions—and Harborstone Credit Union in particular—are like night and day.

Harborstone is called the UnBank® because we approach the business of helping people manage their finances with a particular focus on their needs, their success and our local communities where we live and work.

Philosophy

  • UnBank®: We are a community based, non-profit institution, owned by our members. It is our shared, primary purpose to find or create the best deal for the financial success of our member-owners.
     
  • UnBank®: A bank’s primary purpose is to generate earnings per share for its investors.

Responsibility

  • UnBank®: We’re on our member's side. We encourage our members to save and use money wisely, help find savings for them and lookout for financial choices in their best interest.
     
  • UnBank®: A bank’s first responsibility is to its shareholders and they see customers as a means to earning more for their investors. In other words, you’re on your own.

Service and Community

  • UnBank®: We hold member service in the highest regard. We know that our strength lies in connecting with our community.
     
  • UnBank®: Most banks are not based in the local community, and their employees are required to comply with standard practices designed to maximize the bank’s profits.
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