Join EECU and Tarrant Area Food Bank on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015, to celebrate the City of Hurst Christmas Tree Lighting. To help usher in the holiday season, EECU is working to fill the food bank with plenty of food to serve families in need this season.

Stop by EECU’s tent at the parking shuttle drop-off and donate non-perishable food items to help fill Tarrant Area Food Bank. While you’re there, you can enter to win* a $250 family package to see ICE!®  at the Gaylord Texan Resort®. Continue reading

Great news! Now, members can add any EECU MasterCard® credit or debit card to Apple Pay to pay in stores and in apps with a single touch. We are excited to offer this service to our members who we know are eager to use this service on their phones.

Apple Pay offers many great benefits:

  • An Easier Way to Pay—Members are able to make purchases at hundreds of thousands of stores and in participating apps.
  • Pay with a Single Touch—Once members load an EECU credit or debit card to Apple Pay, they can pay for purchases by holding their phone near point-of-sale terminal readers with their fingers on TouchID™. There’s no need to open an app or even wake the phone.
  • A Secure Way to Pay—Apple Pay uses the latest security technology. Every transaction is authorized with TouchID™ or passcode.

View our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about EECU and Apple Pay. Or, visit to see how Apple Pay will change the way you pay.

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EECU is now accepting applications for the Glenn Mandeville Memorial Scholarship program for high school seniors. If you, your child or someone you know is preparing for graduation this year and meets the criteria below, download an application and submit it by January 31, 2016, at any EECU office or by mail.

In order to be considered:

  • Applicant must be a high school senior
  • Applicant must be a member in good standing with EECU or parent/legal guardian must be a member in good standing with EECU
  • Applicant must express on their application their intended course of study
  • Recipient of scholarship funds must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 to receive annual distribution of funds
  • The scholarship must be used for the purpose of study at an accredited college or university
  • Academic achievement, character, leadership and personal recommendations will be considered in the selection of scholarship recipients
  • Applicant must include all required documentation and transcripts

The scholarship committee will select six recipients – three who are seeking a career in education and three who are pursuing other areas of study – to receive $5,000 in funds. See application for full details and instructions.

TAFB LogoWith holidays approaching in just a few weeks, thousands of North Texas families will seek help from local organizations to put food on the table. In order to make this season brighter for families in need, EECU is partnering with our friends and neighbors at Tarrant Area Food Bank to put food on the table.

Since 2011, EECU has collected 3,000 pounds of food to help feed families in need; and this year we will continue the tradition. We invite you to join us by purchasing non-perishable food items and dropping them off at any of EECU’s 14 branch locations through Friday, December 11. No matter how small or large, your donation will make all the difference in the world for a deserving area family.

Most Requested Food items

  • Canned meats (tuna, chicken, ham, etc.)
  • Peanut butter (no glass jars)
  • Boxed pasta
  • Boxed or canned soup
  • Canned fruit
  • Canned vegetables
  • Dried beans
  • Cereal
  • Rice
  • Boxed or canned juice

Donate now through December 11 at any EECU branch!


Fort Worth-based credit union EECU officially celebrated the opening of its newest branch at Alliance Town Center Oct. 6 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The branch, located at 3451 Texas Sage Trail in the quickly growing Hillwood development, serves the North Fort Worth community as the credit union’s 14th Dallas-Fort Worth area location. Continue reading

Wednesday marked another successful year for New County 96.3 KSCS and Cook Children’s annual Radiothon presented by EECU Credit Union. The event directly benefits families in the Dallas-Fort Worth region that visit Cook Children’s. This year’s Radiothon raised $205,449 to help patients and their families receive the treatment they need, whether or not insurance covers the cost.


EECU has a long history of serving the Cook Children’s family through financial support, employee participation and volunteering at events like the Radiothon. In addition to the credit union’s sponsorship support, EECU’s senior management team and employees worked the phone bank to accept donations throughout the morning. An EECU check in the amount of $4,000 was presented to Cook Children’s as a donation match. Continue reading


EECU’s newest branch at Alliance Town Center is officially open for service!

Stop by this location at 3451 Texas Sage Trail just off I-35W and Heritage Trace Parkway to meet our staff, complete transactions and experience EECU’s mobile banking tools on a variety of the latest devices at the technology bar.

The branch also features complimentary Wi-Fi, video conferencing and service six days a week.

Branch Hours Drive-Thru Hours
Mon-Thurs: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Mon-Thurs: 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Fri: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Fri: 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Sat: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Sat: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Stay tuned for information about our Grand Opening events beginning October 19!

In keeping with EECU’s commitment to the communities it serves, our support of Cook Children’s Medical Center has been a focus at the credit union for many years.

We participate in many local efforts year-round to help raise awareness and much-needed funds for Cook Children’s to improve the health of every child in the DFW region.

This fall, EECU is actively involved in two projects to benefit Cook’s patients—a stuffed animal donation to support the Credit Unions Ride event and the October 7 “Radiothon” on Country 96.3. Continue reading


Credit union’s 14th Fort Worth area location expands EECU’s member service with interactive design

EECU plans to open its newest branch in Alliance Town Center (to be located at 3451 Texas Sage Trail) late September, bringing the credit union’s number of banking locations to 14 in the greater Fort Worth area.

Credit union members and those interested in learning more about EECU’s services are invited to visit the branch during a week of planned grand opening activities to welcome EECU to the Alliance Town Center. The dates will be announced in late September or early October. Continue reading


If you no longer carry cash or write checks, then your debit card is your lifeline to your money. As such, you should make every effort to prevent access to your account from falling into the wrong hands. While keeping private information such as your PIN to yourself is crucial, there are a few things often overlooked because they don’t always seem like a threat. Be sure you’re aware of these five tips for protecting your debit card information. Continue reading