Thanks to you, we’re half a million strong.
Lake Michigan Credit Union ("LMCU") and West Michigan Whitecaps Announce New Multi-Year Partnership
- LMCU proud to join West Michigan Whitecaps in 10-year partnership
- Whitecaps to play ball for the 2021 season in newly named LMCU Ballpark
- Whitecaps organization and LMCU enter new, long-term banking relationship
Welcome to a new year! Now is the time for a fresh start and some new goals.
A good goal must be specific, measurable, achievable, and realistic. When it comes to personal finance, it’s easy to get overly ambitious and lose steam within a few weeks. Big dreams like saving for the future, or becoming debt free, are often far too lofty and vague to be attainable. Instead, we’ve broken down four mini goals, or challenges, for the month of January to get you thinking about your finances.
Safely Volunteer During this 2020 Holiday Season.
During this time of year, many individuals and families want to volunteer, donate gifts, or weave the importance of giving into their holiday traditions. We’ve had to give up a lot in the name of stopping the spread of coronavirus, but one thing you don’t need to give up right now is volunteering and giving back to our communities.
Thanksgiving Dinner for $50?!
If this seems crazy, you may be surprised to learn a typical Thanksgiving dinner for 10 people in 2019 was just shy of $49.* The beauty of this meal is that while it seems rich and extravagant, the ingredients are simple, hearty, and easily feed a crowd.
If the task of hosting falls to you this year, sticking to the menu below will keep your budget on track.
LMCU Cares Program donates $110,000 to local non-profits.
As a way to support our communities during the height of the pandemic, we developed the LMCU Cares program to support local non-profits in the communities we serve to help those most impacted. Through this program, every new purchase or construction mortgage application taken during the months of May and June, LMCU donated $50 upon closing to local nonprofits addressing food insecurity throughout– providing thousands of meals for our neighbors, friends, and members.
Six tips will equip your family for taking on back-to-school tech.
Back-to-school looks a little different this year, and as a parent, you have your work cut out for you. Whether your student has a hybrid schedule or is learning exclusively from home, being tech-savvy will help you (and them) navigate the school year more smoothly.
Now more than ever, we’re dedicated to making a positive impact in the communities we serve. For every new purchase or construction mortgage application taken during the months May and June, LMCU donated $50 upon closing to local nonprofits addressing food insecurity throughout Michigan and Florida. All together, we raised over $100,000 — providing thousands of meals for our neighbors, friends, and members.