News & Alerts
No one likes to think about people living in poverty, but it’s a growing problem that deserves our attention. 34% of children in the greater Los Angeles area, and 27% in Las Vegas, live at or below the poverty level. This is a trend likely to continue for generations to come without intentional intervention. According to the National Center for Children in Poverty, children who experience poverty are substantially more likely to live in poverty as adults.
Although this is a dismal forecast, it doesn’t need to be our reality. Education is the great liberator. The nonprofit founded by the Credit Union, the Center for Financial Empowerment, helps break the cycle of generational poverty for high school youth and young adults in our local underserved communities, and it happens through the power of financial education...Read More
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (December 16, 2015) – Weingart East Los Angeles YMCA has partnered with Senator Kevin De Leon, the California Highway Patrol, Panda Express and SCE Federal Credit Union to ensure thousands of children in East Los Angeles receive gifts and stuffed stockings this holiday season. More than 3,000 kids from ages six-months to 13 will open gifts, enjoy hot chocolate, Panda Express restaurant treats, a personal visit from Santa and listen to a choir singing holiday favorites...Read More
IRWINDALE, Calif. (December 1, 2015) - The Board of Directors of SCE FCU announced today that they have selected Daniel Rader to succeed Dennis Huber as CEO, effective June 30, 2016. Rader currently serves as Chief Financial Officer for SCE FCU. In his role, Rader has been instrumental in helping lead and manage the $634 million financial institution with over 52,000 members and 9 financial centers in two states...Read More
People Helping People. It’s the philosophy upon which credit unions were founded.
The credit union movement began 160 years ago with a simple but radical idea: that with the help of your neighbors, you can improve your financial well-being. This idea spread across the world, and credit unions flourished, especially during times of economic hardship...Read More
In addition to saving for retirement, there may be other major financial goals you’ll need to juggle in a lifetime. Let’s say that at age 25 you earned $35,000. If your salary increased at the average historical rate, you’d have earned nearly $2 million by the time you were 65.1 That might sound like a lot – until you begin thinking about all the financial goals you’ll need to juggle in a lifetime, including buying a home and paying your child’s education, while funding your own retirement...Read More
Did you know we offer residential mortgage loans many other lenders don’t? It’s true. With a 60+ year track record of satisfying financial needs, we’re big enough to serve you and your clients, but small enough to provide the flexibility and options you’re looking for...Read More
Did you know that every new SCE FCU member makes a $10 donation to support the Center for Financial Empowerment? Those funds go directly to fund personal finance education for underserved youth in our branch communities. We’re happy to report that your donations have made a huge impact in the lives of young adults and families!...Read More