News and Events
CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union focused on giving back to the community this spring with a number of initiatives.
CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union is opening the doors of its Alexandria (Main) Branch at 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 22 for its Annual Meeting.
CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union’s support of the community continued growing in April, helping feed the hungry and support healthy living.
CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union Hosts Free Community Paper Shredding Service to Help Prevent ID Theft
CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union will be helping community members protect themselves from identity theft by hosting a free community shredding event.
CommonWealth One teamed up with James Madison University’s College of Business to host the first “One for All” Day of Service on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day, Jan. 21.
Timothy (Tim) C. States has joined the CommonWealth One Financial Network as a financial adviser, dedicated to helping members with financial management, investment planning, insurance and more.
Credit union encourages members to develop good financial habits.
CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union has awarded $10,000 in scholarships to high-achieving students.
CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union is encouraging youth to learn about personal finance and responsible money management this summer through its Home Run Reading Challenge.
CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union Supports Children’s Miracle Network, American Heart Association in April
CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union focused on giving in April with events supporting the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, Children’s National Medical Center, and the American Heart Association.
For more than 20 years now, CommonWealth One has been awarding scholarships to student members to help them achieve their educational dreams and a debt-free life.
CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union branches in Alexandria and Harrisonburg, Virginia will be helping people protect themselves from identity theft by helping members shred documents that contain sensitive information.
The most effective and efficient way to save money is by automating the process. To help students better understand this concept, CommonWealth One and the Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE) sponsored the essay contest, “Small Savings can Lead to Big Impact
CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union gave several of its members a gift over the holidays — cash prizes for making creative, original short videos about what they are saving for and how they’re saving for it.