Tucson Mayor Regina Romero Officially Proclaims Second Friday of April to be Tucson Federal Credit Union Day
TUCSON, AZ, April 4, 2022 – Tucson Federal Credit Union (TFCU) is recognized by the Mayor of Tucson, Regina Romero, for its dedication to serving the Tucson community. Since 1937, when Tucson Federal Credit Union was first founded as Tucson Teachers Federal Credit Union, the not-for-profit financial institution has committed to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion by partnering with other local organizations to impact solutions for social causes and needs. Today, the member-focused organization continues its legacy of serving and giving back to the Tucson community through its TFCU Gives philanthropic program, which awards donations to local organizations, in support of local causes. The first official TFCU Day will be Friday, April 8th, 2022 which will be a day “when we give with intention across Pima County in a way that shares the heart of who TFCU is, and gratitude we have for the people we serve,” said Trish Kordas, TFCU’s Chief Culture Officer.
Celebrating Another Milestone in TFCU’s Legacy
In addition to the mayoral proclamation, this April marks Tucson Federal Credit Union’s 85th anniversary as a local, member-owned organization.
TFCU was founded in 1937 as Tucson Teachers Federal Credit Union. TFCU is a not-for-profit financial cooperative governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, or attends school in Pima County. Today, TFCU has grown to over 68,000 members and six locations in Tucson and Sahuarita. Their growth and success come from those members who use their services, a dedicated group of volunteers who are elected by their members to represent them, and a great staff who execute the mission of creating opportunities in our community through service, education, and access.