Community Care

Yes, we lend money. But we also lend a helping hand.

Giving back. A lot of businesses and organizations talk about doing it. At Capital Credit Union, we let our extensive volunteer and fundraising efforts speak for us. Just ask the United Way, Fargo YWCA, Bismarck Library, Dakota Zoo and the dozens of other organizations we support.

The region we serve in North Dakota and Minnesota is full of great people and worthy organizations. Many of them are self-sufficient. But some folks need a little help pulling themselves up by the bootstraps. And some non-profit groups need a lot of help reaching their goals. We're proud to give money, give time and give back to the state that we love.

  • Our employees collectively spend hundreds of hours each year volunteering at community events.
  • Capital Credit Union and our employees make yearly donations to Missouri Slope Areawide United Way and United Way of Cass-Clay.
  • We make yearly donations to community events and non-profits in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan, Hazen, Beulah and New Salem.
  • As part of our company values, we strive to support events related to financial education in the communities we serve.
  • Our employees pay for the privilege of wearing jeans on Fridays to help support many local organizations. We also support organizations such as the Bismarck Public Schools Foundation, Bismarck Library, Dakota Zoo, Mandan Rodeo Days, Urban Harvest, Sakakawea Medical Center, Dollars for Scholars, Knife River Care Center, Morton County Fair, Jump$tart, Fargo YWCA and Fraser Ltd. Fargo.

At Capital Credit Union, we take pride in enhancing financial literacy and education in the communities we serve. That's why we're proud to partner with AVID classes and sponsor the Capital Credit Union AVID Scholar Award at Bismarck Public Schools (BPS).

AVID is a rigorous and intensive college-prep class offered in grades 6-12 at BPS. It is for academically motivated students with a desire to excel in leadership and community service, students who want to gain access to college awareness and scholarships, and students traditionally underserved in four-year universities.