Chartway will NEVER contact you directly and ask for specific confidential information (login credentials, PIN, card number, etc.). Be aware of fraudulent text and phone scams and take extra precaution. If you are contacted unprompted, please call us at (800) 678-8765. We are here to help keep your accounts safe.
With Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month in September, the Chartway Promise Foundation put three heartwarming stories of hope and resilience center stage during recent events, leaving an indelible mark on all who witnessed them.
Chartway Credit Union is pleased to announce the expansion of its executive team, welcoming its new chief legal officer, Melissa Stratton Moffa.
The economy is always changing, but your financial stability doesn't have to be uncertain. At Chartway, our team has the tools and products you need to thrive through growing inflation, increasing interest rates, and rising prices.
In July, our Communications Specialist Melisande Corlett attended the African- American Credit Union Coalition (AACUC) on the Lynette Smith Scholarship funded through the Virginia Credit Union League (VACUL).
Melisande recapped the experience and what the networking opportunities and education sessions meant to her, personally and professionally.
Any financial advisor will tell you that credit card debt should be avoided – and that’s good advice as it can have significant negative consequences on your financial health and overall well-being. However, used responsibly, a credit card can be a powerful tool to enhance your financial wellbeing rather than a means of living beyond your means.
Chartway and its charitable arm, the Chartway Promise Foundation, surprised two children facing medical hardship – 8-year-old Brinlee and 3-year-old Kaladin – with their Wish come true.
Chartway is proud to announce that it has welcomed Vanessa Coria as its vice president of communications.
Summer break is not only a time for relaxation and fun, but it's also an excellent opportunity to teach our children valuable life skills. One crucial skill that often gets overlooked is money management. By imparting financial wisdom to our kids from a young age, we can set them up for a financially responsible future.
Chartway is proud to announce that 12 student members have been selected to receive a $3,000 scholarship, totaling $36,000 in financial support.
For the second year in a row, Forbes and Statista have recognized Chartway Credit Union as one of America's Best-In-State Credit Unions.
For National Financial Literacy Month, Chartway Credit Union has released insights gained from a national research study it commissioned to identify the saving and spending habits of Americans. The data collected from a random online survey of 2,000 Americans shows how people develop financial habits, how they view financial responsibility, and their interest in lifelong financial learning.
Chartway Credit Union proudly congratulates Jared B. Perry, 2nd vice chair of the Chartway Board, who Utah Business magazine recently named one of Utah’s CEOs of the year.
Chartway is pleased to congratulate two team members on their recent promotions. Long-time team member, Mindy Estok, has been named senior vice president of member experience and project management. John Sapp has been promoted to senior vice president of data & business analytics.
On February 21, 2023, Chartway held its 64th Annual Meeting and elected by acclamation individuals to the board of directors. During the Annual Meeting, Brian Schools, Chartway’s president & CEO, reflected on Chartway’s commitment to its members, communities, and team
Chartway Credit Union recently commissioned a research study to identify current trends in Americans’ saving and spending habits and to understand how individuals feel about their ability to responsibly manage their finances.
Chartway Credit Union is excited to announce the formation of Chartway Ventures, its newly founded and wholly owned Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO).
What if you could save money and make even more money off what you saved? It may sound too good to be true – like a devious scheme or dubious scam, but it’s a completely legitimate way to increase your savings. Now that we have your attention, allow us to share with you one of Chartway’s best kept not-so secret products: Certificates.
The Chartway Promise Foundation Awards $770,000 in Charitable Grants to Make Dreams and Wishes Come to Life for Children Facing Medical Challenges
Chartway is proud to congratulate two board members: George Sauer III, and Curtis Price. Long-time volunteer, Sauer, retired from the board following more than 30 years of service and has moved to emeritus status. Price, who previously served as an associate director, has been appointed to fill Sauer’s board seat.
The first of the month is peeking around the corner and many of us are bracing ourselves for the influx of bills that comes with the start of a new year. The transition from Happy Holidays to Happy New Year might be stressful, especially when we're reminded of all the financial responsibilities we have - but it doesn't have to be.
9th Annual Chartway Norfolk Harbor Half Marathon Weekend, the Chartway Promise Foundation Hosts Two Wish Reveals for Children with Critical Illnesses
Chartway is proud to congratulate two board members. Long-time volunteer, E. L. “Lou” Gull, Jr., retired from the board following 41 years of service and moved to emeritus status on November 11, 2022. Steve Warnecke, who previously served as an associate director, began serving as a board member on November 14, 2022.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, especially for fraudsters who take advantage of the holiday season. We often get so lost in holiday cheer that we let our guard down and leave ourselves vulnerable to scammers. In case you forget to protect yourself while dashing through the snow, we’ll be here working hard to keep your accounts safe.
More than 80 Chartway team members gathered for a special reason: they surprised 6-year-old Maverick who is undergoing treatment for cancer with a Wish Proclamation.
Chartway is proud to congratulate two leaders – Melissa Cade and Rob Keatts – on their new roles.