Civic Local Foundation honors grant recipients, celebrates partnerships
Civic Local Foundation held its inaugural "Inspiration Celebration" on November 16, 2023, honoring its grant and student scholarship recipients, and commemorating our partnership with the UNC School of Government.
Credit Union hosts AC Connect advocacy events
We’ve been meeting with our Advisory Council volunteers by hosting AC Connect events across the state, collecting feedback, answering questions and showing what Civic can do for our members and the local government community.
LGFCU announces plan for branch openings and cash solutions
Our pledge is always to listen to our members, and so we’re pleased to announce the 2024 opening of Civic branches in key locations across the state. We also have several solutions to members’ request for cash withdrawal and deposit options. Plus, find out how we’re bridging a digital divide.
LGFCU extends the date of Independence
We’ve decided that we need more time to innovate, to ensure that you receive the exceptional service you deserve. So, instead of introducing our new Credit Union platform to members in March 2024, we have extended our timetable for independence from State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) to 2025. SECU is supporting us fully through this transition.
Update on statewide Independence Summits
First and foremost, thank you to those of you who attended our Independence Summits and shared your stories and great ideas for the future… Over 275 people gathered with us in Raleigh, Wilmington,
LGFCU accounts to use Civic technology platform
You may have heard that after much discussion and careful exploration, the Local Government Federal Credit Union Board of Directors has decided to operate independently of State Employees’ Credit
A message to members from CEO Dwayne Naylor
After much discussion and careful exploration, the Local Government Federal Credit Union Board of Directors has decided to operate independently of SECU.
A message to members from EVP Mark Caverly
After thoughtful consideration and extensive conversations between our LGFCU and State Employees’ Credit Union Boards of Directors, we have decided to explore ending our 39-year service agreement in order to operate independently from SECU.