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Community Impact

Sound Credit Union has been part of the Puget Sound region since 1940. This is our home and we are dedicated to making it a better place for those around us.

Over 4,500 hours volunteered

Each year, every Sound employee gets up to a day’s pay to volunteer in our local communities. With over 4,500 hours volunteered in 2016, our employees are giving their time to make the areas we live a better place.

120 donations to local community organizations

Youth clubs, local schools, parks departments, community festivals, and farmers markets. Large and small, last year we helped 120 local community organizations buy equipment, create community space, offer family focused activities and more.
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$10,000 scholarships dollars in 2016

Student debt is one of the biggest financial hurdles facing today’s youth. To help ease this burden, each year, Sound provides scholarships to graduating high school seniors planning to attend a two- or four-year college.
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564 Trees Saved

Every year, we host a shred event at branches across the Puget Sound. These events are free to the community and not only provide a safe and secure way to destroy documents containing personal information, but along with our own shredded documents produces over 66,000 pounds of recycled materials.

$139,446,000 in economic contributions

Members aren’t the only ones who benefit from credit union membership. Last year, Sound’s total economic contributions amounted to over $139 million in spending and compensation in Washington state. See how credit union membership is making a difference for members and our economy.
The Credit Union Difference

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