Volunteers built APG Federal Credit Union. Petitioning for a credit union charter at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds in 1938, seven volunteers laid the foundation to provide financial services to the local military community. Working together, they grew the membership and assets and managed the credit union on their own time. In 1960, when increasing administrative tasks required full-time management, APGFCU hired its first employee.
Volunteers have provided the guidance and spirit of APGFCU within the credit union movement since our inception. We currently rely on volunteers to serve on our Board of Directors and other working committees.