• ELGA 2.0

    ELGA 2.0

    • Next-Generation Services • Faster Transactions • Efficiency • Enhanced Security • Convenience • Improved Online Services Subscribe to our Headlines Blog to get updates about the upgrade directly to your inbox. ELGA Members who subscribed were entered to win an iPad Mini!  Contest is now over and the winner will be posted soon.

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  • News & Views

    News & Views

    Welcome to ELGA Credit Union’s open forum for interaction between members and our credit union’s leaders. We hope to improve the quality of our products and services based on our members’ perceived value. We also have a vision of members choosing ELGA Credit Union for all of their lending needs as well as deposit accounts. […]

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  • Community Connections

    Community Connections

    ELGA Credit Union is a people oriented financial institution. We are a non-profit cooperative, formed, owned and operated for a single purpose: members helping members. ELGA Credit Union is proud to take an active role in community events —and we love it even more when you join us! 

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  • ELGA Vibe

    ELGA Vibe

    My Vibe is a personal, financial resource for anyone in the Gen Y crowd. Being a part of Gen Y means that you are the future generation and My Vibe is here to help guide and assist you through life’s milestones. We are here to help you get ahead financially. My Vibe is an open […]

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Supporting our Communities

Relay for Life Fundraiser

Relay for Life Fundraiser

ELGA Credit Union is teaming up with the American Cancer Society and the Davison Relay for Life to raise money and help create more birthdays each and every year.  Together we can beat this disease.  Relay for Life is very special to ELGA Credit Union as many of our employees have been affected by cancer in one […]

Color for the Kids was a HUGE success!

Color for the Kids was a HUGE success!

Run, run, fast as you can and if you can’t run just walk, hop, skip or dance! On Saturday, April 5th  ELGA presented the 1st annual Color for the Kids 5K at the IMA Brookwood in Burton, MI.  It was cold outside but that did not detour our awesome ELGA associates from coming out and showing […]

Color for the Kids 5K

Color for the Kids 5K

Looking for something fun and active to do with your family and friends?  ELGA Credit Union presents the Color for the Kids 5K Run, Walk, or Stroll.  All ages are welcome!  Proceeds benefit the Old Newsboys and Double Dragon Tang Soo Do.  If you have already participated in a color run you know just how fun it is!  […]

ELGA Scholarship Program

ELGA Scholarship Program

ELGA is excited to announce the 2014 ELGA Scholarship Program.  “This year we are expanding our past scholarship program to include additional scholarship opportunities to members within our communities,” states Karen Church CEO of ELGA Credit Union. “Last year, ELGA awarded three, $1000 Carmen Lee Wilber Memorial Scholarships to well deserving students for their scholastic achievements.   […]

High School Graffiti Contest – Voting Ends 3/15

High School Graffiti Contest – Voting Ends 3/15

ELGA Credit Union invited students from four area schools to help decorate the Flint branch’s temporary space with a graffiti contest. Voting runs on the ELGA Facebook page from March 1 to March 15. ELGA has provided the opportunity for young artists to showcase their “graffiti style” creative abilities. Four area schools, Powers, Southwestern, Hamady […]

ELGA News and Views

ELGA 2013 Tax Documents

ELGA 2013 Tax Documents

2013 tax documents are now available.  Tax documents are available on XpressLink Internet Banking if you are signed up for eStatements.  You will have access to the tax documents for the accounts that you are the primary owner on.  If you are not signed up for eStatements  you will receive your tax forms through the mail.   All ELGA […]

The New $100 Bill is Here!

The New $100 Bill is Here!

In order to deter counterfeiting, the U.S. government has once again redesigned our $100 bill.   The government issued these bills on October 8th and many areas are already seeing them in use.  The new bills have two brand new security features, incorporated with existing security features, to assist with authenticating the new bills and to […]

Debt Settlement vs. Debt Management: What’s the difference?

Debt Settlement vs. Debt Management: What’s the difference?

Debt management agencies and debt settlement companies both generally offer to help consumers eliminate unwanted or unmanageable debt, such as credit card or medical bills. Not only do they use different methods to do so, they can also have very different results. Here are some differences between debt management agencies and debt settlement companies, along […]

A Paying it Forward Experience

A Paying it Forward Experience

I was scheduled for an 8:30 p.m. non-stop flight from Minneapolis to Lansing when an announcement came over the loud speaker that the flight had to be delayed (storm related). You know how it goes, an hour delay turns into three hours and the next thing you know the flight is cancelled. People tend to […]

Unity in Our Community

Unity in Our Community

A few of us participated in the “Unity March” held on June 22nd in Flint.   This event brings together people in a rally against violence, and to remember those that have been lost to violence. As I marched through our broken City I couldn’t help to dream. What could we accomplish if we combined […]

My Money - My Life - My Vibe

College Life: Making the Time

College Life: Making the Time

As you get older, you get busier. This is what I was always told. I can remember being in my junior year of high school and thinking that life could not possibly get any busier than it was then. I was still in school, I was working part time here at the credit union, and […]

Be My Valentine

Be My Valentine

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Dear New Year’s Resolution…

Dear New Year’s Resolution…

Dear New Year’s resolution, When I made you this year I had all intention of sticking with you. Unfortunately, I am weak and I have strayed. I was off to a great start until I got invited to a birthday party. It was going well until the chocolate birthday cake started giving me looks from […]

Tasty Tuna Salad

Tasty Tuna Salad

With Christmas and New Year’s now behind us, this is about the time that people start to forget about their resolutions for 2014. But, sticking to them can be easy when you have the right tools. So this week I have chosen a recipe that is not only good for you, but is loaded with […]

Leadership Experience: It’s what admissions officers love to see

Leadership Experience: It’s what admissions officers love to see

Applying for college can be quite the challenge. No longer are you automatically admitted with decent grades and a few hours of community service. If these seemingly important aspects aren’t always the answer, what is? As an academic orientation mentor, I often answer similar questions for families and students. And, after talking with Krista Casey, […]