Virtual Seminar Wills & Trusts

Join us for our first Wills & Trusts Virtual Seminar from our friends at Meet Garrett Andersen with Hughes Law Firm He usually teaches our Wills & Trusts Seminars in person, but will be coming to you live through a Zoom Webinar.  There are two dates and times to accommodate most schedules. July 8th at 6pm & July 9th at 10am Limit 50 Registrations per date Virtual Wills & Trusts Webinars offered through ZoomTo provide a popular seminar while keeping to current COVID-19 guidelines for social distancing, we have teamed up... Read More

2020 Voting Results are in!

The votes are in! There were 693 valid ballots cast for the election this year. Our Call for Nominations process resulted in fewer candidates as there were openings for the Supervisory Committee and the exact number of candidates as there were openings for the Credit Committee. Therefore, these candidates are considered elected by acclamation and no election by the membership was needed. For the Supervisory Committee: Pauline Borquez. For the Credit Committee: Dave Domagala and Cynthia Harris. The Board of Directors had 5 candidates running for 3 open positions. After... Read More

Social Media Privacy

Imagine this scenario: A person walks into a crowded room and loudly broadcasts all the details of their private life to total strangers—from their health issues to their family and friends’ names, ages, jobs, or school locations. You would think they were crazy, right? Well people do this online via social media, every day! Once you post anything online, you have lost control of it. The ramifications of sharing too much can have an impact not only on your personal and professional life but also the lives of your family... Read More

Positivity in the News

Dear members, Here are a few things that might be helpful while navigating all the changes we are all experiencing. We’re calling it “Positivity in the News”. (as of March 20, 2020) The IRS has extended the tax deadline from April 15 to July 15 to give all taxpayers and businesses additional time to file and make payments without interest or penalties.   Over two dozen school districts and counting across Colorado are offering free “grab ‘n’ go” meals for the many children under 18 who depend on free meals... Read More

COVID-19 update from President/CEO

Beginning March 23, our lobbies will be temporarily closed due to COVID-19 safety precautions. We will be serving our members through our Alameda Branch drive-up, Call Center, online/mobile banking and ATMs.  In-person visits at our Alameda Branch are by appointment only by calling 303-239-1150. March 21, 2020 Dear Members, As we continue to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, the health and safety of our members and employees remains our top concern.  Therefore, on Monday, March 23rd, we are temporarily closing our Alameda Branch lobby and our Federal Center Branch, while... Read More

Federally Insured at C·U·D

Is my money safe & insured at Credit Union of Denver? Yes! Your accounts are federally insured at Credit Union of Denver. The NCUA, or National Credit Union Administration is the independent agency that administers the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF). Like the FDIC’s Deposit Insurance Fund, the NCUSIF is a federal insurance fund backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government. Not one penny of insured savings has ever been lost by a member of a federally insured credit union.  The NCUSIF covers all... Read More

Access Your C•U•D Account Remotely

Starting March 23, our lobbies will be temporarily closed due to COVID-19 safety precautions. We’re here to serve you at our drive-up and with in-person visits by appointment only.  We are monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, always keeping the well-being of our employees and members as our top priority. We are staying on top of the latest information through official channels like the Center for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) and Colorado’s Health & Human Services. In addition, we are managing our facilities with extra caution through recommended... Read More

2020 Annual Election Voting

The Credit Union of Denver recently held a call for nominations for our Board of Directors, Supervisory Committee and Credit Committee. Based on the number of qualified applications we received, a vote is required to fill the 3 Board of Directors positions. As a Credit Union of Denver member, at least 18 years of age and the primary member of an account, you have the right to vote! Board of Directors: There are three, 3-year terms available Supervisory Committee: Elected by acclamation (no vote necessary) Credit Committee: Elected by acclamation... Read More

The Benefits of Opening a Credit Union Checking Account

Most people have an idea of what a checking account can do for them. You can use it to make purchases and pay your bills. However, not all checking accounts are created equal. The same can be said for banks and credit unions. People may have an idea of what a traditional bank can do for them, but credit unions offer the same convenience and easy banking options, often with better benefits and rates. There are definite benefits of opening up a Credit Union of Denver Rewards Checking Account. But... Read More