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Financial Resource Guide

We love the communities we serve, and it shows! Through our efforts, we pride ourselves on our ability to positively impact access to food, children’s health and youth programs, veterans’ interests, and to enhance financial literacy in schools, across nonprofit organizations, and for our members.

Your financial wellness is important to us. OneAZ’s Financial Resources Guide provides you with the essential tools and knowledge you need to live a financially healthy life.

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Communities of Caring Project Seeks Credit Union Stories for New Book

Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions Executive Director Mike Reuter and OneAZ Board Chair Martha Rozen lead Communities of Caring, an initiative to collect stories about the diverse group of people who have benefited from the help of credit unions worldwide.

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High Country Humane

For many people, dogs and cats are more than just pets, they’re part of the family. High Country Humane is making sure veterans in Northern Arizona get veterinary care for their furry family members by providing low cost or free treatment to former servicemembers.

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5 Ways You Can Help Local Nonprofits

Nonprofits keep Arizona moving forward. From food banks that provide much-needed fresh food for low-income families to healthcare organizations that support frontline workers…

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

OneAZ has worked tirelessly to celebrate differences and create systems where everyone can participate equally in our shared community.

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How to Spread Kindness in Uncertain Times

Though we’re socially distant, it’s still the perfect time to spread kindness. Here are a few ways to practice random acts of kindness right now.

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OneAZ Credit Union Donates 40,000 N95 Respirator Masks

When OneAZ Credit Union assessed its inventory of N95 respirator masks to protect frontline associates, the credit union realized it had more than needed and immediately…

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