Because like you, we’re invested in the future of our community.
We offer the services you’ve come to expect from traditional banks, but unlike others, our profits are reinvested back into our neighbors and local businesses.
You become a member. We give back.
There are two steps to become a member of Elevations Credit Union:
You become a member.Join Elevations by opening a Membership Savings Account and paying a one-time $5 membership fee. A membership fee is required for each account holder.
We pay it forward. Elevations Foundation(opens in a new window) to support life-changing scholarships for local students and community grants for early childhood development and mental health nonprofits. Once you’re a member, you can apply for checking accounts, credit cards, loans and more.We donate your one-time $5 membership fee to
THE CO-OP NETWORK
Local knowledge, nationwide access.
Elevations is part of a national network of nearly 30,000 ATMs and over 5,000 shared CO-OP branches. That makes banking easy, whether you’re traveling or even moving to a different state. When you visit a CO-OP location, please have your valid government-issued photo ID on hand, along with your Elevations account number.
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE?
If you live and work in Colorado, you’re off to a great start.
To join Elevations as a member, you need to meet one of the following criteria:
Live or work in Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Gilpin, Grand, Jefferson, Larimer, Park or Weld counties
Work or study at CU Boulder or Naropa University
Work for one of the nearly 400 employers and associations that use Elevations as a financial services provider
Be related to an Elevations member
Make a donation of $15 or more to the Elevations Foundation
Ways we can help you manage your financial future:
CHECKING & SAVINGS
Free checking that’s really free, plus easy ways to save.Learn more
Top-notch service to help you buy, refinance or use your home’s equity.Learn more
A full suite of business banking solutions with a consultative approach.Learn more