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Membership Eligibility

If you live, work, worship, volunteer or attend school in Prince George’s County, Maryland you are eligible to take advantage of the financial benefits and services we have to offer. Membership requires a $5 deposit in a share savings account. Once the primary membership is established, immediate family members are welcome to take advantage of membership benefits as well.

When you know more, you can do more…

Our extensive menu of workshops, classes, and seminars supports you with the financial know-how to become financially savvy consumers. We also offer the best loan and savings rates in the market. And all Members qualify for special discounts from select national retailers including: Dell®, Sprint®, Enterprise Car Sales, Nationwide Insurance, ADT and more.

Special Offers in Store for You!

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Six Flags Summer Fun. Be sure to use Username: PGCFCUAM and Password: Sixflags1View more info on Six Flags discount.
I Love My Credit Union: Save up to $15 on TurboTax federal products!*View more info on TurboTax savings.
HomeAdvantage Program: Buying or Selling a Home can earn you cash rewards.**View more info on HomeAdvantage program
Exclusive Offer for Credit Union Members: Members will receive a FREE Simplicam & 2 free months with he purchase of a new security system.
View more info on Simplisafe
Identity theft protection with Financial Lock: Credit union members get premium theft protection starting at $4.95 per month!View more info on Financial Lock

Car Advise: Never pay retail on car maintenance againView more info on Car Advise


Keeping You in the Know

  • Emergency Funds
  • 50/30/20 Rule
  • Meet Your 401(k)

Emergency Funds

3 Min Read

One of the most effective tools for preventing a large-scale financial disaster is an emergency fund…

Learn about Emergency Funds

50/30/20 Rule

7 Min Read

The 50/30/20 rule is a simple, practical rule of thumb for individuals who want a budget that is easy, yet effective, to implement…

How to Set Your New Budget

Meet Your 401(k)

3 Min Read

Even if you’re just starting your first real job—actually, especially if you’re just starting your first real job—it’s time to start thinking about retiring…

How to Plan for Retirement