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NOTE: Our web form has had a temporary technical issue. Please use the email link for the department you wish to reach until we can restore the full form functionality.


Departments

  • Deposits

    For questions about making a deposit, or for general account information.  deposit@hopecu.org

  • Mortgage Loans

    For more information about the homebuying process. You can also contact one of our lenders.  mortgageloan@hopecu.org

  • Personal Loans

    For questions about personal loans.  consumerloan@hopecu.org

  • HOPE Affinity Network

    For information on about how you can offer HOPE credit union services through your organization free of charge.  affinity@hopecu.org

  • Supervisory Committee

    To reach the volunteer group in charge of monitoring HOPE and addressing member concerns.  supervisory.committee@hopecu.org

  • General Information

    For anything else.  info@hopecu.org


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