Embark Credit Union recognized for outstanding community commitment
GREAT FALLS, MT (November 4, 2019) — After giving time, dedication and service to their community for more than 80 years, Embark Credit Union (Embark CU) has been recognized by badcredit.org with the Editor’s Choice™ Award for Community Commitment. BadCredit.Org was created to inform and educate individuals about credit, enabling better credit decisions and a brighter financial future.
Embark CU is a standout organization selected for this award for the multitude of ways they serve the members of their community. From financial literacy initiatives for students, to supporting female entrepreneurs through their The Fire Within Reception, the organization continues to give back to the community. In addition, Embark CU partners with a variety of nonprofit institutions, including United Way and Neighbor Works to deliver health, education and other financial services that benefit all members of the surrounding area.
“I am proud of our team who continually goes above and beyond to ensure our varying community efforts succeed,” said Erin Townsend, Vice President of Member Services at Embark CU. “This recognition validates that the work our employees put forth is making a noticeable impact.”
Embark CU proudly serves Cascade County and the surrounding areas with two locations in Great Falls. The credit union features a large portfolio of financial products and services including; a wide selection of checking and savings accounts, various loan products, and contemporary online banking features.
“Community involvement has historically been an essential part of our credit union’s mission,” said Deb Evans, president and CEO of Embark CU. “While we are confident in the products and services we provide, we are committed to making a difference for every member we serve.”
About Embark Credit Union
Embark Credit Union is a community credit union with an emphasis on assisting members through their financial journey beginning to end. Founded in 1936, Embark has two branch locations, nearly 10,000 members, $133 million in assets and 31 employees in Montana.