During November, Northeast Community Credit Union will be hosting a food drive for Loaves and Fishes Ministries. Loaves and Fishes provides thousands of hot meals to those in need every week. Canned and nonperishable food items will be collected at our Main Office in Elizabethton, 980 Jason Witten Way.
We are thankful for the privilege of serving the community for 70 years. To thank our members, we are offering these great anniversary specials: $1000 personal loans at 7% APR for up to 17 months* Incentives for referring new members CD special for existing members only (membership dates before 10/1/2022) $500 minimum & $2000 maximum […]
Kourtney Hamm, first-grade teacher at Lake Ridge Elementary, is the latest Northeast Community Credit Union Helping Teacher’s Teach grant winner. Hamm is using the grant to help headphones and wireless computer mice for her students to use during class. “As a first-grade teacher, we have a lot of activities happening simultaneously in the classroom,” Hamm […]
Jennifer Rickert, Instructional Coach at Harold McCormick Elementary, is the latest Northeast Community Credit Union Helping Teacher’s Teach grant winner. Rickert is using the grant to help purchase books to supplement the school’s Science of Reading program. The program helps students build reading skills through phonics and spelling patterns while also sharing knowledge of the […]
Northeast Community Credit Union is helping to support students as they prepare for a new school year by sponsoring both of Carter County’s backpack programs. NCCU donated $1,000 to both of Carter County’s Back to School Bashes. The Back to School Bashes gives away thousands of backpacks filled with school supplies to students in the […]
Area financial institutions are reporting a widespread scam involving attempts to steal information. WARNING!!! If you receive a text message similar IN ANY WAY to this: DO NOT call the phone number shown – it is FRAUD & an attempt to get your debit card number and personal info. You are NOT locked! REPEAT, […]
Scammers are using the names of well-known employers to post job openings that don’t exist. The purpose is to trick consumers into sending them personal information or money upfront to get the job. The phony postings are hard to pass up. They offer great pay, telework options, and money to set up a home office. […]