Welcome to Better Values Better Banking Delaware!
This is where you can learn about the credit union movement in the First State and find a credit union you can join.
Delaware became the first state in the U.S. by being the first to ratify the Constitution on Dec. 7, 1787.
All of Delaware’s credit unions are federally chartered. The oldest credit union in the state, Wilmington Postal Federal Credit Union, was chartered in 1935.The newest, Stepping Stones Community Federal Credit Union, was chartered in 2011.
Today, Delaware has 17 credit unions with total assets of $2.34 billion. Nearly half of them have assets of $50 million or more.
Delaware’s credit unions employ 613 people. Many others serve on their boards of directors and in other volunteer positions.
More than 246,000 First State residents belong to a credit union – that’s over 25 percent of the state’s population. By joining their number, you’ll become part of a movement that puts people above profits – and you’ll be on your way to a healthier financial future.
Use our search engine to find the credit union that’s right for you.
Delaware credit unions are proud to support the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware.