Financial Education Bill Passed in Michigan!
On Thursday, June 16th, Governor Whitmer signed a bipartisan bill into law that requires all high schools in the state of Michigan to adopt a financial literacy course as a requirement for graduation.
A Note From Our CEO, Carrie Iafrate!
An excerpt of the Members First 2022 Summer Newsletter includes a note from President & CEO, Carrie Iafrate, who was thrilled to take advantage of an opportunity to speak with our members, teams, local businesses, and communities to share knowledge and discuss relevant information about current happenings and credit union updates!
Relief is Here, Postpone Your Loan Payment!
Budgets are taking a hit as gas and grocery prices soar. As your trusted partner in providing financial security, we want to relieve some of that stress.
MFCU announces Noelle Robinson’s promotion to Vice President of Culture and Employee Development!
Noelle holds a Bachelors of Business Administration from Northwood University and previously held leadership roles at MFCU including Sales and Service Manager and Culture and Employee Development Director.
Celebrating Pam Ayers Retirement and 33 Years of Service!
Join us in celebrating Pam Ayers, Vice President of Lending, for her 33 years of service and upcoming retirement!
24th Annual Swinging for Scholarships Golf Outing!
All proceeds from the outing support student success through scholarships
MFCU Announces Executive Level Expansion
Members First Credit Union President and CEO, Carrie Iafrate, is happy to announce an exciting expansion of the credit union’s executive level suite.
Breaking Barriers: Women's History Month and Credit Unions
March is Women’s History Month! Women not only have a significant impact on Members First Credit Union specifically, they play a large role in the history of all credit unions.
Welcome Bethany Dutcher, Vice President of Marketing
Members First would like to welcome Bethany Dutcher to our Leadership Team as the Vice President of Marketing!
12 Tips for Saving Money on Gas
You have places to be, and your life doesn’t stop just because gas prices are rising. We’ve compiled a list of tips to help reduce the amount you’re spending at the pump so you can keep moving forward.