Eligibility

There are many ways you can qualify for membership with UKRFCU. To be a UKRFCU member, you must fit in our field of membership. Check out the “Field of Membership” tab for more information.
  • A family member (grandparent, parent, brother, sister, spouse or child) of a current UKRFCU member.
  • Member or Employee of the Ukrainian Educational and Cultural Center in Jenkintown, PA including members of the Ukrainian Library, Ukrainian Heritage School Students, and “Svitlychka” Nursery Student.
  • Student and Employees (Faculty and Staff) of Manor College in Jenkintown, PA.
  • Member and Employees of St Michael the Archangel Ukrainian Catholic Church located in Jenkintown, PA
  • A voting member of the Ukrainian-American Sport Center – Tryzub in Horsham, PA.
  • Employees and voting members of The Ukrainian League of Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA.
  • Member and Employees of the Church of Evangelical Christians “Word of Life” in Feasterville – Trevose, PA.
  • A member of the Evangelical Pentecostal Church, Inc. in Huntingdon Valley, PA.
  • A former member of the Ukrainian Fraternal Credit Union in Scranton, PA
  • A member of the Philadelphia Branch of the “Self Reliance” Association of American Ukrainians, Inc.

The following is needed:

1. Valid Government Issued Photo ID

2. Social Security Card

3. Minimum Balance on Prime Share (Savings Account) of $50.00

4. One-time Membership Fee of $10.00

A CREDIT UNION DIFFERENCE

The CU Difference

Over 110 million Americans trust credit unions as an alternative to traditional banks. Credit unions are not-for-profit organizations that exist to serve their members. Like banks, credit unions accept deposits, make loans and provide a wide array of other financial services. But as member-owned and cooperative institutions, credit unions provide a safe place to save and borrow at reasonable rates.