Local roots that still hold true.

It’s been more than 88 years since a handful of schoolteachers joined together to form our credit union. They didn’t do it for profit. They did it to help one another. After all, that’s what community is all about.


Celebrating Our Community

We take pride in fostering connections with our members and our neighbors. That’s why getting out into the community is so important to us. We strive to create ongoing and meaningful relationships with the people and organizations within our community.

We celebrate our community by getting involved in the areas we serve.

Supporting the Black Community

At OnPoint we value inclusivity, which means standing up for those who have been unjustly targeted today and those at risk of being oppressed tomorrow. OnPoint is supporting organizations fighting for equal rights for our Black community, including the following.

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COVID-19 Pandemic Support

OnPoint continues to support local organizations in an effort to provide assistance to all of the areas we serve that are impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Along with OnPoint donations, our employees are also supporting organizations through volunteer opportunities.

OnPoint employees volunteer for Meals on Wheels Portland to deliver food to vulnerable seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Community Impact

As we grow, our responsibility to the places we call home grows as well. With each new branch, our roots grow deeper and so does our impact—allowing us to invest in our communities by creating new jobs, providing more robust services to our members and forging strong relationships with our community partners.


$1.66 million

awarded to community programs in 2020


community causes supported in 2020


paid employee volunteer hours allocated in 2020


in prizes and grants awarded to educators since 2010


educators & schools recognized for achievement since 2010


students connected with financial education in 2020

close_quote_large The story of OnPoint in the community is so much more than a simple story. close_quote_large

It’s the moments that come from thousands of connections we make large and small each and every day. Our own success and continued growth could not be more closely tied to the future and well-being of the Pacific Northwest.

- Rob Stuart, President & CEO of OnPoint Community Credit Union

Focus Areas


Championing Education

Since our founding by schoolteachers over 88 years ago, OnPoint has always kept in touch with our educational roots.


Donated to deserving teachers and schools

Portrait photos of 2020 Educator of the Year winners, Kerryn Henderson and and Carol Biskupic Knight

OnPoint Prize

We understand that investing in education is one of the best ways to build thriving communities. The OnPoint Prize for Excellence in Education campaign celebrates innovative teaching methods that spark enthusiasm and passion in students, parents and their peers. Each year, the campaign awards two educators with the Educator of the Year award, paying their mortgage for the entire school year, as well as donating $2,500 to each of their schools. We also award Community Builder awards, granting $2,000 to four schools to complete a project of their choice. In addition, one lucky school, selected by community votes, is granted $5,000.

More about the OnPoint Prize
De La Salle North Catholic High School

For over 20 years, OnPoint has partnered with De La Salle North Catholic High School to help students gain valuable, real-life work experience. In this program, De La Salle students share a full-time, entry-level position at OnPoint. In addition to gaining professional insight, skill development and personal growth, students earn 50 percent of their school tuition. Participating students graduate with a full year of work experience. In 2019 and 2020, OnPoint also supported the school’s capital campaign, which will fund a new permanent campus in Northeast Portland.

More about OnPoint's support of De La Salle

20 years

partnered with De La Salle North Catholic High School

De La Salle_Investing in Tomorrow’s Leaders Is the Best Thing We Can Do in a Crisis

Building upon our educational roots to foster success in our community_teenage student standing in high school foyer with other students walking in background

Building Upon Educational Roots to Foster Success in Our Community

Our Educational Roots Sprout Success: Part 1 Our roots run deep in the education community. They started as seeds planted in 1932 by 16 schoolteachers who had come together to create a safe place to save their money. They called their organization, at the time, the Portland Teachers Credit Union. Along the way, these roots have only grown stronger. They …

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Fueling Community

Giving makes good things happen. Since our founding, we’ve shared our good fortune with our neighbors, a tradition we continue today.


donated to Credit Unions for Kids in 2019

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Children's Miracle Network Hospitals

Working together is what credit unions do best, and there’s no better example than Credit Unions for Kids. This non-profit collaboration of credit union partners and supporters raises funds to benefit Children’s Miracle Network hospitals. In 2019, OnPoint continued its support of Credit Unions for Kids through its sponsorship of the NWCUA CU4Kids Auction, Refer a Friend Campaign benefiting Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, and as the lead sponsor for the first annual Credit Union for Kids Cornhole Classic.

Adelante Mujeres

Since 2019, OnPoint has supported Adelante Mujeres through financial support and volunteer involvement. Working to build a more just society by empowering Latinas to lead, the organization provides educational resources and acts as a forum for community advocacy. This year, OnPoint employees directed over $23,000 to Adelante Mujeres through our annual employee giving campaign and taught financial literacy for the organization’s Chicas youth development program.

More about Adelante Mujeres


donated to Adelante Mujeres

OnPoint Employees Direct $91,000 to Local Non-profits_pre-school children around a table being helped to markers to start an art project


Birch Community Services: Offering a Hand Up to Help Families Escape Poverty

On average, families have $21,000 in debt when they first visit Birch Community Services (BCS). One year after becoming a member of BCS’s Sustainable Families Program, most families have paid down their debt by an average of $7,000 and increased their savings by $1,000. The secret to the program’s success? Food security with a helping of financial literacy. “We look …

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Promoting Financial Education

Building the foundation for lifelong financial health starts early and grows with you. We give people the tools and resources they need to learn and develop smart money habits for every stage of life.

11 years

OnPoint has proudly partnered with Financial Beginnings

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Financial Beginnings

For 11 years, OnPoint has proudly partnered with Financial Beginnings, an organization providing skills and resources to help youth and adults throughout Oregon and Washington take an active role in their financial well-being. Our investment of financial support and time from OnPoint employee volunteers provides classroom instruction to students at elementary to post-secondary levels. Together, we make personal finance more accessible for every member of our community.

More about our support of financial literacy
Junior Achievement

As a champion of financial literacy education, OnPoint provides annual support to Junior Achievement of Oregon and SW Washington. The donation supports Junior Achievement’s engaging classroom curriculum for the 2020-2021 school year, which guides participants through the basics of personal finance, money management, careers and life choices. It will also support 4,000 volunteers and 500 teachers with new online training materials. By increasing access to programs for over 1,300 students across the area, OnPoint continues its work to inspire student growth and development as they learn to manage money, plan for their futures, and make smart choices.



students impacted through OnPoint’s work with financial education

OnPoint volunteers supporting Junior Achievement

Sharing Financial Knowledge Fuels Two OnPoint Employee Volunteers_father and son remote learning for financial knowledge

Sharing Financial Knowledge Fuels Two OnPoint Employee Volunteers

Since our founding by 16 schoolteachers in 1932, education remains at the center of everything we do. Whether we are celebrating outstanding educators, providing real-life work experience to high school students or ensuring everyone has access to quality school supplies, our commitment to quality education for all is stronger than ever. We know education can change a person’s life trajectory, …

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