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We are thrilled to announce the transition details of the merger between Greenbelt Federal Credit Union and Prince George's Community Federal Credit Union! This partnership will bring numerous benefits and enhancements to your banking experience.

Greenbelt FCU Members can look forward to:

    • Branch Renovations: Starting June 22nd, we will be renovating the Historic Greenbelt branch to better serve you. Rest assured, the branch will remain open throughout the renovation, which is expected to be completed by late July.
    • Temporary Branch Closures: The Historic Greenbelt branch will be closed on Wednesday, July 31st, and Thursday, August 1st, due to the system conversion; however, all transactions will continue to be processed and you can use your debit card. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
    • Same Friendly Faces, New Hours, and More Locations: Beginning Friday, August 2nd, you will see the same familiar staff, but with new branch hours: 9am - 5pm, Monday through Friday. Additionally, you will have access to more branch locations in Beltsville, Bowie, and Largo.
    • Website: The current Greenbelt FCU website will remain active until Monday, July 29th and will automatically re-route to the Prince George's Community FCU website.

    Regarding your accounts, here's what you need to know:

    • Account Numbers: Great news - Your current account numbers and MICR numbers will remain unchanged.
    • Debit Cards: New debit cards will be issued during the week of July 15th. Please note that your old debit cards will no longer be active after July 31st. Please use your new cards as of August 1st.
    • Checks: You can continue using your existing checks without any changes. When it's time to reorder checks, your first box will be free of charge.
    • Online Banking, Bill Pay, and Mobile App: You will need to re-enroll as a first-time user on the PGCFCU mobile banking app.
    • Credit Cards: Your Greenbelt Visa® credit cards will not be affected at this time. The conversion will happen later, details will be provided as we approach the credit card conversion date. 


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    We are excited about this merger and the positive changes it will bring to our community. Be on the lookout for special offers and benefits for Greenbelt Members coming soon. Thank you for your trust and loyalty.

    Greenbelt Member Referral Program

    Starting August 1st, 2024, all PGCFCU Greenbelt members can participate in a special membership referral program. 

    Greenbelt members can earn a $50 deposit when they refer a new qualified member that opens an account before December 31st, 2024!

    For over 55 years we have helped the members of this community move closer to their goals with financial solutions tailored to their needs. Start spreading the word!

    Encourage your referrals to open an account online or through any of our branches before December 31st. Please be sure that they mention your name and the code "GBSHARE24".

    Earn $50 deposit into your base share within 90 days.*

    Welcome to the family Greenbelt members!



    Greenbelt Federal Credit Union History

    When the first families moved to Greenbelt, there were no banking facilities. In response, a group of pioneer residents collaborated and decided to establish a credit union. On December 13, 1937, Greenbelt Federal Credit Union was granted a charter, making it the first community credit union in the area and the inaugural financial institution in Greenbelt. This new organization flourished and consistently grew, aided in part by the co-op store operations that generously provided space for the expanding credit union.

    “As interim manager of Greenbelt Federal Credit Union, I am incredibly pleased to join forces with another institution committed to empowering the financial wellbeing of its members. The combination of business and personal financial solutions, commitment to customer service, and devotion to community will only bring value to the residents of Greenbelt", says Nicole Velasquez, Interim Manager of Greenbelt FCU.

    In a statement issued by the CEO, Diane Brown, expressed enthusiasm about the merger, stating, 
    “Our team is committed to ensuring that the values and principles that Greenbelt FCU has upheld over the years will be respected and preserved throughout this merger. Together, we aim to create a stronger, more robust financial institution that will better serve the collective interests of our members and the Prince George’s County community.”

    Board Chair of Prince George’s Community FCU, Darryl Jones, shares, "The Prince George's Community Federal Credit Union Board is proud to finally announce this significant milestone in our continued devotion to all Prince George's County residents. The Greenbelt FCU has long been a pillar and resource to their community. Over the past year, our Board and staff have worked diligently to deeply understand their membership needs and goals in an effort to maintain continuity and expand solutions and service offerings simultaneously. We happily welcome the Greenbelt FCU staff and members to our family.

    About Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union

    Established in 1967, the Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union was created to offer financial services to Prince George’s County employees. Over the years, the organization has expanded its solutions and its reach to serve personal and business members across the county. Our community-based credit union welcomes businesses and individuals who live, work, volunteer, worship, or attend school in Prince George’s County to open an account.

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