If home is where the heart is, then a credit union’s headquarters is the epicenter from which its culture, values, and philosophy radiate. Far from being a simple collection of bricks and mortar, many credit union headquarters demonstrate the important role of the cooperative in the communities it serves and cultivate employee engagement throughout the shop. This Callahan Collection highlights stories of credit unions turning basic buildings into integral ingredients for community and culture.

Callahan Collections

Beyond A Building

By Erik Payne | Jan. 27, 2020

Navy FCU and Corning Credit Union operate offices in different states. Leadership, culture, and communication are keys to their success.

By Erik Payne | Nov. 18, 2019

A prime location and tax incentives helped Ascentra Credit Union place a new headquarters building at the heart of downtown and underscore its vital role in the community.

By Erik Payne | July 1, 2018

Jeanne D’Arc, one of the country’s oldest credit unions, taps into its mill-town past to demonstrate its commitment to its hometown’s future.

By Erik Payne | July 25, 2016

Family Trust FCU uses a new headquarters building and artwork commissioned from local college students to underscore the connection between the cooperative and the community it serves.