Serving Our Hispanic Community

As a community credit union, Mission Fed is much more than just a financial institution. We are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of our members, our employees and our community. This community focus includes our Hispanic neighbors with the goal of fostering economic inclusion and supporting financial well-being for all San Diegans.

Grassroot Relationships

A key focal point of our Hispanic engagement is developing strong partnerships in the community. Our cultivation of grassroot relationships has provided us the opportunity to introduce the credit union difference and our investment in relationships continues to have impacts across our region, including:

 

Chicano Federation of San Diego: funding for programs that promote Latino advocacy, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy.

MANA de San Diego: in-kind media support of Latina Success Program focuses on Latina professional and personal growth, leadership development, effective communications, and increasing civic engagement.

Celebrando Latinas: sponsor of the largest Spanish conference for women, providing women with financial wellness and health workshops.

MAAC: grant funding of financial literacy training to low-income, Latinx youth ages 18-24 in high-poverty areas of South County.

 

Juntos Avanzamos (Together We Advance) Designation

As a result of our historical and on-going commitment to serving and empowering Hispanic consumers, Mission Fed became the first credit union in San Diego County to receive the Juntos Avanzamos Designation. The Juntos Avanzamos Designation, translating to “Together We Advance,” is a testament for credit unions which have a vision and commitment of serving the Hispanic Community in providing financial services and asset building opportunities. Mission Fed joins approximately 129 credit unions nationwide who are part of the Juntos Avanzamos financial inclusion movement.

To earn the Juntos Avanzamos designation, Mission Fed completed an extensive application process, requiring information and details about products and services offered to specifically address the needs of the Hispanic market, including what strategies are being utilized and the key community partnerships the organization has within the demographic.

Financial Wellness for All

At Mission Fed Credit Union, we care about the financial wellness of our community. That’s why we’ve partnered with industry-leading BALANCE to provide our members with free access to financial education modules, monthly webinars, and other online tools and resources to enhance their finances.

Join Us on this Journey

Our members and employees understand that communities work best when they work together. We look forward to welcoming you as a member and together, build a better San Diego.

Commonly asked questions:

Who Can Become a Mission Fed member?

Mission Fed membership is open to San Diegans who live, work, attend school, or worship in San Diego County.

What forms of identification are accepted?

You will need the following information in order to complete the application:

  • Government issued ID/drivers license/State ID or passport with current address
  • Current physical and mailing address
  • Social Security Number
  • Date of Birth
  • Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN)
  • Matricula Consular Card
  • Resident Alien Card

What do I need to open up an account?

Open an account at Mission Fed

How do I locate the nearest Mission Fed branch?

With branches throughout San Diego County, we make it easy for you to reach us — and then we can help you reach your financial goals. Use our branch locator to find the Mission Federal Credit Union Branch near you!

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