Numerica Credit Union's mission is to enhance lives, fulfill dreams, and build communities.
Support from our loyal members has helped to build a strong foundation, inspiring Numerica to give back to our community.
Through donations, fundraising and sponsorships, Numerica focuses on fostering education, supporting women and children and ending hunger and homelessness. We do this by supporting causes that lend a helping hand, create leaders and celebrate our community.
Railroads were expanding in America's Northwest, and the workers wanted to pool their modest resources to support one another. A bond was formed. One man's savings was rewarded with the interest paid on a loan given to another.
Spokane Railway Credit Union (SRCU) was born, and continued to evolve as the economy climbed. SRCU grew to support the employers of other transportation systems and shippers, and by the year 2000, had expanded to serve more territories in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.
In 2000, SRCU adopted a more inclusive name to serve the well-being of even more members. The very same year, Numerica Credit Union merged with North Central Credit Union (NCCU) gaining approximately 8,000 members and three branches in the Wenatchee Valley Area.
In October 2003, Numerica purchased property in Kennewick for a new branch that opened in December 2004. During the same time period, a merger was made with Coeur d'Alene Teachers' Credit Union, expanding our membership in North Idaho.
Numerica Credit Union has been recognized for our forward thinking branch design (2015 CUNA OPSS Excellence in Branch Design Award Winner), outstanding business practices (2015 Greater Spokane Agora Award Winner) and community support (2014 Philanthropic Corporation Winner). We are especially proud of our employees, one of our most valued resources, who have been consecutively recognized as 'rising stars' in the Inland Northwest business community (2013, 2014, 2015 Inland Business Catalyst "20 Under 40").