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  • OneAZ offers up to $50k in down payment assistance for eligible first-time homebuyers

    July 07, 2023

    PHOENIX (July 7, 2023) -- To make home ownership a reality for more Arizona homebuyers, OneAZ Credit Union is offering down payment assistance to eligible first-time homebuyers through the Middle-Income Downpayment Assistance (MDPA) Grant Program.

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  • OneAZ Credit Union Voted Best of Business in Flagstaff

    June 07, 2023

    PHOENIX (June 7, 2023) -- OneAZ Credit Union is proud to be named the credit union winner in Best of Business 2022 for Flagstaff Business News.

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  • OneAZ Credit Union Voted Best of Business in Quad Cities

    June 07, 2023

    PHOENIX (June 7, 2023) -- OneAZ Credit Union is proud to be named the credit union winner in Best of Business 2022 for Quad Cities Business Magazine.

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  • OneAZ Offers Program Aimed at Making Homeownership More Affordable

    June 02, 2023

    PHOENIX (June 2, 2023) -- The WISH Grant is a down payment assistance program that provides matching funds to eligible first-time homebuyers.

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  • OneAZ Credit Union Announces Brandon Michaels as New President & CEO

    May 22, 2023

    PHOENIX (May 22, 2023) -- OneAZ Credit Union is proud to announce that Brandon Michaels has been named President & CEO following the retirement of Kim Reedy, President & CEO.

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  • OneAZ Credit Union Partners with Novle Community Activators to Better Serve Latino Community

    February 15, 2023

    PHOENIX (February 15, 2023) -- OneAZ Credit Union is standing by its mission to improve the lives of all Arizonans. To better serve the Latino community, OneAZ Credit Union has partnered with Novle Community Activators, an agency that helps organizations integrate with communities and develop effective and impactful relationships.

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  • Your deposits are safe with OneAZ

    March 14, 2023

    PHOENIX (March 14, 2023) -- At OneAZ, nothing is more important to us than the security and safety of your money. You may have seen headlines in the news about the recent instability of a few financial institutions and have concerns about the potential impact on OneAZ or our members. The bottom line: your money is safe with OneAZ. We remain a strong and reliable financial institution that is well prepared to weather any market turbulence. We don’t take unnecessary risks with your deposits, and we make every decision with your well-being in mind.

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  • OneAZ Credit Union Raises $22,500 on Giving Tuesday

    December 09, 2022

    PHOENIX (December 9, 2022)—OneAZ Credit Union and the OneAZ Community Foundation are awarding $22,500 in new grants after a successful Giving Tuesday campaign. The money raised from Giving Tuesday will be donated to 6 Arizona nonprofit organizations. These organizations were chosen by Arizonans who donated to the OneAZ Community Foundation on Giving Tuesday.

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  • OneAZ Credit Union Sponsors Financial Literacy Program to Reach Thousands of AZ Students This Fall

    October 07, 2022

    PHOENIX (October 3, 2022) -- OneAZ Credit Union is pleased to announce they are sponsoring the Banzai program in five schools this fall. Banzai is an online financial simulation for elementary, middle and high school students that teaches them real-world finances.

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  • OneAZ Credit Union Announces $12,500 Legacy Grant to Support Arizona Teachers

    August 30, 2022

    PHOENIX (August 5, 2022) -- OneAZ Credit Union is proud to announce a $12,500 Legacy Grant donation to The Million Dollar Teacher Project’s “In Teachers We Trust Endowment” to support Arizona teachers. The “In Teachers We Trust Endowment” will serve as a capital base for supporting innovative strategies to increase teacher compensation, as well as scholarship programs, financial hardship grants, and field trip assistance.

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