Clackmannanshire Credit Union

Established in 1997 Companies House Number 123CUS

The first Credit Union in Clackmannanshire in 1997 was Tullibody Credit Union. In 2004 they merged with Alloa & Sauchie Savings Group to form Clackmannanshire Credit Union which now covers the whole of the county.

The credit union is run by a Board of Directors who are all volunteers and are appointed at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) The Scottish League plays a roll in training and advice to the credit union.

The aim of the credit union is to allow members to grasp control of their own financial affairs, building confidence, self-esteem and in turn positively affects whole families and communities.

Anyone who lives or works in Clackmannanshire, Stirling and Kincardine is eligible to join the Credit Union including junior members

A key social goal is to have a positive impact within the communities in which they operate. Their Community Grant enables them to do this by donating a share of the profits to worthwhile causes that enhance the communities and makes lives better for young, vulnerable, or excluded people.

Want to find out more?

Visit the Clackmannanshire Credit Union website, or get in touch with their team:

Telephone – 01259 214200     

Email –

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