Notice Regarding Online Banking, Mobile Banking, and Telephone Teller Planned Outage From 12:00 a.m. - 3:00 a.m. on Sunday, May 24 Online Banking, Mobile Banking, and Telephone Teller will be unavailable. ATMs will remain available; however, funds deposited at ATMs during this time may not be immediately available. During this period, we will be conducting routine maintenance on these systems and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
You’re a thinker. A doer. Someone who rolls up their sleeves and gets stuff done. You love this community, and you want to see it thrive.
If that sounds like you, then we want you to work here. Because at OnPoint, we know that it’s our team that makes us who we are. And by investing in people like you, we invest in ourselves — and the 283,000 members we serve.
What makes us different?
OnPoint provides many of the same banking services you’d expect from the nation’s largest banks. But the similarities end there. OnPoint is not-for-profit and member-owned — by more than 283,000 of your friends and neighbors.
So “profit” doesn’t go to shareholders. Instead, we invest it in our members, our community, and our staff.
This commitment to value and quality has made us one of the largest and most respected credit unions in the Northwest.
We hope you’ll make us even better.
We’re local, like you.
We grew up in Portland, born in 1932, founded by a small group of public school teachers who believed they could build a better place to bank.
More than seventy years later, our branches span from Eugene to Vancouver, McMinnville to Bend. But we’re still a neighborhood institution at heart — driven by a commitment to serve people and the communities in which they live.
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OnPoint’s employees work closely with local organizations to deliver resources and support where it’s needed most.
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Giving makes good things happen. And OnPoint has a long-standing tradition of investing in our community.
One way we channel giving is through our employee-managed Community Relations Committee. It directs donations and community participation to vital programs with far-reaching impact and the goal to help empower people to improve the quality of their lives.