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We Tend to Care


At Tendto Credit Union, our investment in Erie, its people and its institutions is a deposit toward our shared future. What’s good for all is good for us and good for you. Together, let's make a difference right here in our local community. To Erie — lake, county and people.

Current Community Involvement

Tendto Credit Union invites you to make a donation and help us make a difference in our community. We are currently fundraising for March of Dimes "March for Babies."

Did you know that more than 380,000 babies are born preterm in the U.S. each year? That’s one baby every two seconds. The March of Dimes is on a mission to change that and we need your help!

Join us in our 15th year of fundraising efforts for the March of Dimes "March for Babies". Tendto team members will be walking on Sunday, April 29, 2018 to support stronger, healthier babies right here in the Erie community. You can help support our efforts in one of two ways:

  1. Satisfy your sweet tooth and stop by any branch to purchase Sarris candy bars. All of the money raised directly benefits our team's fundraising efforts.
  2. Donate directly on our team's fundraising page with a credit or debit card, PayPal or Amazon Payment. It's fast, easy and secure!

Together we can make a difference in the lives of local moms, babies and families.


2017 Community Outreach Efforts

In keeping the cooperative spirit of credit unions alive, Tendto continued support and investment in the Erie community by sponsoring a wide variety of charitable organizations and community events last year. Some of the charities included: March of Dimes "March for Babies", New Blossoms New Life Foundation, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, Second Harvest Food Bank BackPack Program, Salvation Army and the St. Martin Center Shining Stars Program. The credit union also sponsored WICU's "How Cool Is Your School Contest" for the eighth year in a row. In addition, Tendto donated time and money to support a variety of other local organizations such as: Erie BayHawks Kids Club, Fairview Cares, Autism Society, JDRF and many more!

In total, more than $55,000 was given back in donations to community organizations, sponsorships, member giveaways, scholarships and more during 2017. As we move forward, our dedication to making life better for Erie County will continue to be the foundation of our mission, just as it has been since 1958!