GECU Cares

It feels good to give back. We are passionate about the communities we serve and make special effort to volunteer our time to local organizations.

GECU Cares
about our community

  • Prioritizing our community
  • Offering our time
  • Making a positive impact

GECU Cares is our way of giving back and investing our time into the Greater Cincinnati community. Since GECU was founded in 1954, we have been driven to help our fellow neighbors in communities across the Tri-State. Remaining true to the credit union philosophy of "People Helping People," we strive to improve the quality of our members’ financial lives and make a positive impact on the communities we serve.

Giveback Crew

Each month, we organize and share opportunities for team members to volunteer their time across a wide range of initiatives. Follow us on Facebook to see what we're up to!

 

Do Good Program

Our Do Good program was created to encourage GECU team members to find their passion, remain involved in the community, and just Do Good! Team members have the opportunity to volunteer their time and talents to local organizations, during work hours and on their own time.

Volunteer spotlight

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Jason J., GECU team member

"I enjoy being able to assist and mentor others, especially youth. I've been in the shoes of the children I tutor and mentor each week. Through the impact of many great nonprofit organizations in the Tri-State, they have been able to change the trajectory of countless families for the better." 

Money Minutes Blog

Introducing the 2024 GECU Giveback Partners

Each year, General Electric Credit Union (GECU) carefully selects three nonprofit organizations who share our People Helping People philosophy. 

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5 Local Ways to Take Part in National Volunteer Week

National Volunteer Week is a time to celebrate volunteers, recognize their impact, and encourage giving back to our communities. This year, National Volunteer Week is being celebrated April 17 – 23. 

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5 Tips for Food Pantry Donations

National Hunger Awareness Month is in September. For tens of millions of Americans, a daily meal isn’t a choice between different dishes or restaurants. It often involves a difficult decision between putting food on the table and other crucial needs.

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Financial institutions aren't all the same
At General Electric Credit Union, the big difference is we focus on improving people's lives, not padding our profits.