Bill Lawton

A Message from
CEO Bill Lawton

This was a memorable year for all of us as we celebrated Community Financial’s 60th anniversary of serving members and community. Looking back on our history I am very proud of how we have stayed true to our purpose.
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Al Berrie

A Message from
Board Chairman
Al Berrie

Community Financial proudly recognizes its long-standing tradition as a trusted financial partner for our member/owners and as a business partner to the communities we serve. As a not-for-profit financial cooperative
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Board of Directors

Albert Berrie
Wende Boerema
Floyd L. Burchard, Jr.
Ronald Carlson
Teresa A. Folino
Dan Herriman
Dale L. Holdaway

Supervisory Committee

Terence K. Jolly
Carol Leroue
Mark Riegal
Brian Schang
500 S. Harvey

6355 N. Canton Center

47463 Michigan Ave.

400 E. Main
23890 Novi Road

333 W. Commerce

27477 M-32

4970 Salling Ave.

Working with Our Members

No matter the economic climate, Community Financial remains committed to our members and our communities. While many financial institutions stopped lending, we continued to provide competitively priced loans.

Our top priority is offering great personalized service. You’ll be welcomed as an owner, because that’s what you are. We are working with your neighbors every day to put money into their pockets by refinancing existing loans at lower rates, providing free checking and free access to thousands of ATMs across the country.
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Supporting Our Nonprofits

loading...Nonprofit groups are vital to the success of any community. The services provided by nonprofits can range from providing cultural experiences, to assisting the most vulnerable members of the community, to bolstering the education of students. They have a huge impact on the communities we serve and it is both our responsibility and pleasure to help support those groups.
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Partnering with Our Schools

loading...Financial literacy is important to each of us, particularly to the students and young adults in our communities who are venturing into the work world for the first time and face a series of new responsibilities.

Unfortunately, studies have shown that less that 25% of students and just 20% of parents say students are very well prepared to deal with the financial challenges that await them after school.
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Engaging in Our Communities

loading...At the core of Community Financial’s mission, along with helping our members enjoy sound financial health, is giving back to the communities we serve. Our support comes in many forms, including sponsoring events that help make our communities special.

We know at the heart of every community are the annual events which bring people together.
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Outreach Impact

Community Financial is proud to not only support the communities it serves as a business partner, but also by empowering its team members to give back. In 2011, Community Financial team members donated over 950 hours in volunteer time to community groups.

But that only tells half the story. Many Community Financial team members also live in the communities we serve, so they also volunteer countless hours of personal time as residents and parents. We are proud of our culture of supporting the areas we serve, but we are even more proud that that culture is embraced by our team members in their everyday lives.

To keep up-to-date on all of our programs, "like" us on Facebook Facebook and follow us on Twitter Twitter.
For the latest news on our community involvement, please visit www.cfcu.org.
For assistance with any of our services, please call (877) 937-2328 or visit any of our eight locations.

Some of the groups we’ve supported on behalf of our members:

American Red Cross
Amerman Elementary Solar Panels
Atlanta Community Schools
Atlanta Community Schools
Anti-Bullying Program
Beaver Lake Park
Bridgepoint Kids Against Hunge
Camp Casey
Canton Community Foundation
Canton Lions Club
Canton Township Master
Gardener Program
Canton Young Marines
Central Middle School
Christmas In Action
Community Foundation of Northeast Michigan
Community Literary Council
Community Network Services
Courageous Kids
Crossroads Industries
Detroit Area Diaper bank
Discovery Middle School
District Health Department #4
EEF - Plymouth-Canton Community Schools
First Call For Help
First Step
Friends for Life
Friends of the Penn
Friendship Shelter
Gallmore Elementary
Gaylord Area Schools
Gaylord High School Key Club
Habitat for Humanity
Hillman Area Schools
Hillman Tiger Paw Park
Hillman Varsity Football Team
Homeward Bound
Johannesburg-Lewiston Area Schools
Johannesburg-Lewiston Band
Lamplighters of Montmorency
Lewiston Community Sharing
Love INC
Johannesburg-Lewiston Area Schools
Johannesburg-Lewiston Band
Lamplighters of Montmorency
Lewiston Community Sharing
Love INC
Middle School Science Program
Miracle League of Plymouth
New Hope Center for Grief Support
Next Generation American
Northville Civic Concern
Northville Community Foundation
Northville Educational Foundation
Northville High School Drama Club
Northville Youth Assistance
Novi Educational Foundation
Novi Emergency Food Pantry
Novi School District
Novi Youth Assistance
OLGC Phys Ed Department
Open Door Food Ministry
Open Door Ministry
Otsego County Community Foundation
Otsego County Council on Aging
Otsego County Food Pantry
P-CCS No Athlete Left Behind
Pioneer Middle School - Classroom
Plymouth Canton Civitans Club
Plymouth Community Band
Plymouth Community Council on Aging
Plymouth Community Foundation
Plymouth Fife and Drum
Plymouth Historical Museum
Plymouth Oratorio Society
Plymouth Whalers
Pride and Honor Flight of Michigan
Region 9 Area on Aging
Salem Rocks Football
Salvation Army
Southeast Michigan Dyslexia
Special Olympics
St. Vincent DePaul Society
Student Nutrition Action Council
The Baby Basket
United Way
VFW Ladies Auxilliary
Village Theater at Cherry Hill
Waggin’ Tails Dog Rescue
Youth Leadership Plymouth