Patronizing companies in collective bargaining with ILWU Local 142 supports our local economy and your brothers and sisters. This is vital to strengthening our economy and community. Without a healthy economy, our communities suffer because of the slowdown in economic activity which may lead to decreased household incomes or the loss of jobs. Therefore, please patronize these credit unions that negotiate fair contracts providing a high standard of living, health and retirement benefits for your brothers and sisters.
Kona 75-5737 Kuakini Hwy. Suite 101 Ph: (808) 329-8889
Puna 16-594 Kipimana Street Ph: (808) 930-2600
Field of membership: Persons who live on the island of Hawaii; persons who regularly work, attend school, worship, perform volunteer services, or participate in associations headquartered on the island of Hawaii; persons participating in programs to alleviate poverty or distress which are located on the island of Hawaii; and incorporated and unincorporated organizations located on the island of Hawaii.
A group of teachers formed the Big Island Teachers Federal Credit Union in 1936. It was the first chartered credit union in the State of Hawaii. In 2001, NCUA approved the change from an occupational-based charter to a community credit union with an island-wide charter.
Kahului 270 Dairy Road, Suite 146 Ph: (808) 446-8698
Wailuku 1888 Wili Pa Loop Ph: (808) 244-7968
Lahaina 270 Lahainaluna Road Ph: (808) 661-4825
Field of membership: Anyone who lives or works in the County of Maui (Maui, Molokai, Lanai) and immediate family members of a member or potential member may join, even if they don’t live in the County of Maui.
MCFCU was established in 1937 to serve the needs of County, State, and Federal Government Employees and their families.
Walmart – Kahului 101 Pakaula Street Ph: (808) 442–8099
Field of membership: Anyone who lives or works on the island of Maui; immediate family members of a member or potential member may join our credit union, even if they don’t live or work on the island of Maui; and persons who reside in the same “household” with a member even if the residence is not located on the island of Maui.
VICFCU was originally chartered in 1940 to serve the workers of Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company.