Royal Gives Back

It's just how we roll

As a not-for-profit credit union, we can offer you - and our communities - so much more. Lower loan rates. Higher deposit rates. And tons of community support.

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Supporting our home communities. Your communities.

A pretty smart person once said, “Never forget your roots.” At Royal Credit Union, we’ve never forgotten ours – we were born in a Wisconsin tire plant. Pretty humble beginnings.

And as we’ve grown, cropping up in new places throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota, we’ve always made sure to find ways to support our communities (which have supported us) with big, big gifts to big, important projects and initiatives. Beyond the monetary, though, we're IN your communities - supporting local Chambers, festivals, parades and other important fun.

Know a cause that might be a fit for Royal's support? Here's our Donation Request form.

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More free. Less fee.

We’ve all got that bucket list. But for many of us, it’s just … thoughts. Dreams. Ideas.

And there’s often that nagging issue of not enough cash to make things happen.

At Royal Credit Union, we want to help you live life your way. We don’t think you should have to pay us to use your money. That’s why we’re giving it back: to the tune of $6.7M in fee reductions and eliminations over the past three years.

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More money for your money

“Fate. It loves the fearless.” Whoever said that was onto something. We want to help you be fearless. Embrace life. Give it a big sloppy kiss. If you’ve entrusted us with your savings, that’s your future; and we think that’s worth something. That’s why we give you more: some of the highest returns on savings accounts in the region.

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Community Development Financial Institution

“People helping people.” At Royal Credit Union, we believe everyone deserves access to fair financial tools and services. As a certified Community Development Financial Institution we’re committed to providing financial tools and education for all, especially people who are unserved or underserved.