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$500 Scholarship Themes Announced

Joplin Metro Credit Union awards two $500.00 scholarships in the names of Lee E. Fritts and George C. Patrick each year. Any Joplin Metro Credit Union member who is a graduating high school senior or current college student who qualifies and is interested in be-coming...

Camp Quality

Guess what CQ family?! We are just 10 days away!!! Yesterday was another amazing day of the communities coming together to help make camp happen! For the second year in a row Joplin Metro Credit Union has been so supportive of CQ! Not only did they sell 70 Lights of...

Children’s Miracle Network

We presented Children’s Miracle Network with a check in the amount of $1,462.54

Golden Paw Animal Rescue

The month of August was all about Golden Paw Animal Rescue here at the credit union. Our employees could pay to dress down for the month, we sold ice cream and we had a drawing for a cat tree and for a dog sofa bed! Today Karen Jones, MSR/Marketing and Jeni Crossley,...

Golden Paws

Presentation of Check During the month of August our employees could pay to “dress down” to raise money for Golden Paws. They paid $3.00 per day or $10 for the week. We are happy to say that we were able to raise $500 for Golden Paws. President Christi Moorehouse,...

Heartland Band Flag Day Celebration

Joplin Metro Credit Union donated 100 American Flags!

Helping JMCU Families

During the holidays It’s getting close to that time of year where families are making plans for Thanksgiving or thinking of Christmas get-togethers. However, there are some of our member families that find themselves struggling and needing a little extra help during...

Life With Friends

Random Acts Of Kindness

We started out at Cracker Barrel for lunch and JMCU paid for the meal of a few military officers.

We’re Different


Four Key Elements

What sets credit unions apart from other financial institutions?

Other financial institutions focus on money. From the start, credit unions have focuses on people, dreams and results.

The credit union difference is evident in four key ways: How credit unions are governed-How credit unions define their purpose-The benefits credit unions offer members and the values credit unions bring to their communities.

Governance: Credit unions are locally owned and their board of directors are members, elected by their fellow members. The decisions about the organization, direction, programs and policies that govern credit unions are based on the benefits they provide to members. Credit union board members are unpaid volunteers who understand their members needs and focus on ways to meet those needs. Other financial institutions answer to shareholders–so their bottom line is maximizing profits.

Purpose: The most important responsibility of credit unions is promoting the financial success of their members. Credit unions are not-for-profit. The money credit unions make does not pay dividends to stockholders. Profits are returned to their members.

Member Benefits: Money made by a credit union is invested in member benefits in many ways, including higher interest rates on savings and lower interest rates on loans. Credit unions reach out to a growing number of Missourians who can’t get the financial help they need from other financial institutions.

Values: By helping members reach their financial goals, and build secure futures, credit unions strengthen their communities.  Without credit unions’ commitment to their members’ financial success, the people of Missouri would have fewer options and opportunities. Credit unions provide an important consumer choice. The values of credit unions reflect the values of their members. That’s good for working people who dream of a better life.

I MAKE A DIFFERENCE AT MY CREDIT UNION. Join us today, we would love to have you as part of our family.