Friday, December 23, 2016

Credit Union ONE Sponsors Radiothon in Grand Rapids

Ferndale, Michigan – Credit Union ONE was proud to sponsor the STAR 105.7 Helen De Vos Children’s Hospital Radiothon. The Radiothon raised over $217,000.00 during the two day on-site broadcast on December 8th and 9th. In addition to the $5,000.00 donation from the Credit Union that was presented on air at the broadcast, staff from the branch volunteered on the phone bank and contributed $1,500.00 from the sale of candy in the branch. “We appreciate the opportunity to help and volunteer at this event and our staff really does a great job supporting this radiothon in the community,” John Kozich Vice President of Community Relations said. “ It’s good to know that work like this goes along way with helping in the community.”


Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Credit Union ONE Collects for Charity

Ferndale, Michigan – Credit Union ONE’s members and staff gave back to the community through donations to Forgotten Harvest and the Toys for Tots local Program. Since Thanksgiving each of the credit union’s branches collected food and toys for the organizations. Over 1,000 toys and over 1000 pounds of food, along with a $500.00 donation from Credit Union ONE, will be used in southeast Michigan this holiday season.


“These two annual collections are a part of our organizational values and community work that we engage in throughout the year. Our members and staff really step forward and help each and every year” said John Kozich Vice President of Community Relations of Credit Union ONE. The generous donations truly helps those in need in our community.”

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Scholarship Applications Now Available

Ferndale, Michigan –  Applications for the 2016-2017 Continuing Education Scholarship Program are now available online and in all Credit Union ONE branches.

Any Member must meet the following requirements:
  • Be a member of Credit Union ONE of Michigan for a minimum of six months ( in good standing )
  • Be a high school or GED graduate with a gap in education of two years or more
  • Complete a Personal Statement ( details within application )
  • Plan to enroll in, beginning in fall of 2017, undergraduate classes at an accredited two or four-year college or university, or an accredited trade or vocational school.
More information about the award and an online application can be found here.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Credit Union ONE Sponsors Radiothon Benefiting Beaumont Children’s Hospital

Ferndale, Michigan – Credit Union ONE sponsored the tenth annual 96.3 WDVD Cares for Kids Radiothon, which raised more than $100,000 during the live broadcast from Beaumont Children’s Hospital in Royal Oak on November 17, 2015. Credit Union ONE Vice President of Community Relations John Kozich presented a $5,000 check during an on air interview, and several of the credit union’s employees volunteered to answer phones during the radiothon.



Proceeds from the fundraiser will help purchase life-saving equipment, support educational programs, fund research, and ensure that Michigan children and their families have access to quality healthcare and the best possible experience during their hospital stay.

“We are honored to be a part of such and important event at the Beaumont Children’s Hospital” Kozich said. “I am proud of our employee’s contributions and the work we do as a community partner”.


Saturday, October 29, 2016

Credit Union ONE hosts Fall Shred Days


Ferndale, Michigan – To help Members dispose of confidential paperwork, Credit Union ONE hosted two document shred events. Our Grand Rapids Branch hosted an event on September 24th, and our Macomb Branch on October 22nd. Over six tons of paperwork was collected, and the shredding service was free to our Members. The Credit Union collected nearly $400 in donations to help support Beaumont Children’s Hospital.

The Credit Union  hosts free document shred days in the spring and fall, to encourage awareness and help members securely destroy confidential material to deter potential identity theft and fraud.



Credit Union member Suzanne Ayanian said “ Thank You to the Credit Union for the special and convenient services you offer, and Thanks for collecting for such a great cause”.

“ Identity theft is a real and ongoing threat, so we try and provide a means for our members to dispose of their confidential information at a no cost way” John Kozich, Vice President of Community Relations for Credit Union ONE said, “ We are happy to provide this free service to our members, and they appreciate and participate each time we have the events”.