About Us

About Us (well, it’s really about you)

As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, we are owned by our members – people like you, your family, your co-workers, and your neighbors.  You own us and we are at your service! You even have a say in how our organization is run by electing our volunteer board of directors.   The credit union philosophy is “people helping people”.  So, how does this translate to a sustainable business model?  

The money you deposit in NH Federal Credit Union is the money we lend to other members.  The interest paid on loans funds the interest you earn on your savings with us and helps offset our operating expenses, keeping fees and additional service costs reasonable and minimal.  You’ll find a full array of banking services with us: savings, checking, club accounts, money markets, car loans, home equity loans…

Our mission? We exist to make a positive difference in the lives of those we serve through financial education and services.  This means YOU.  As you get to know us, you will find us focusing on your overall financial well-being with financial education, one-on-one coaching, and more.  You see, we are passionate about empowering you so you can get you where you want to be, when you want to be there.

NHFCU Board of Directors

James P. Fredyma, Chair

Lori Real, Vice Chair

A. Allan Clark, Treasurer

George Gendron, Secretary

Heather Brown

William Costa

Avis Crane

Stephanie Milender

Jennah Partington

NHFCU Executive Leadership

Dr. Anthony L. Emerson, President/CEO

2022 Annual Report

News, Alerts, and Events

Avoiding Fraud Class is BACK!

Back by popular demand! Join NHFCU and the Concord Police Department for an overview on the most current types of fraud being seen and

Read more February 22, 2024
Setting Up Alerts in Online Banking

The best way to stop scammers in their tracks is to know when transactions take place on your account so you can spot

Read more February 16, 2024
How To Avoid a Fake Check Scam

In a fake check scam, an unknown individual asks you to deposit a check. The amount is usually more than owed to you,

Read more February 16, 2024
Private: A Special Message from NHFCUs President and CEO

During economic upheavals, like rising and falling rates, inflationary pressure, and future uncertainty, we sometimes receive questions from our members about how this

Read more July 29, 2022
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