Rhode Island Credit Union

390 Metacom Avenue, Bristol, RI, US, 02809
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Rhode Island Credit Union

In the fall of 1946, Rhode Island Credit Union was founded when a small group of state employees decided to use their personal resources to come to the aid of a fellow employee who needed money for his wife's hospital bills. This all began out of a desk drawer in a small room in the State House. The Credit Union's Main Office in Providence was originally built in 1966 and then expanded ten years later.

Rhode Island Credit Union is a community credit union. Membership is open to anyone who lives or works in Rhode Island. As a member of Rhode Island Credit Union, you'll enjoy many financial benefits and always be provided with prompt, courteous and professional service.

As cooperative organizations, credit unions exist solely to meet their members' financial needs. After expenses are paid and reserves are set aside, credit unions return their "profits" to their members in the form of lower loan rates, higher savings rates and low cost services. Other financial institutions, for-profit institutions, exist to generate profits for a relatively small group of stockholders at the expense of their customers.