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What is American Heritage Federal Credit Union?Founded in 1948, the American Heritage Federal Credit Union was the original not-for-profit cooperative of the Bud Manufacturing Company; at this time the agency went under the same name as its parent corporation. In 1985, following years of faithful service, the cooperative formally changed their name to the American Heritage Federal Credit Union to reflect the overall change in the nature of their membership requirements and the companies which they affiliate with. Presently, the American Heritage Federal Credit Union is one of the largest credit unions in the state of Pennsylvania; the American Heritage Federal Credit Union serves over 700 companies and provides banking services to over 100,000 members.The American Heritage Federal Credit Union aims to provide quality and convenient service to meet the financial needs of the organization’s members, while enhancing relations and bolstering affiliated companies and the surrounding communities. The American Heritage Federal Credit Union offers the following services to its members: Access to savings and checking accounts, Certificate of Deposit offerings, money market accounts, investment advice, access to online banking services, low interest personal loans, auto loans, mortgages, equity loans and credit cards. How do I join the American Heritage Federal Credit Union?Any individual who lives, works, worships or attends school in Philadelphia may obtain membership in the American Heritage Federal Credit UnionFurthermore, anyone employed by one of the cooperative’s Sponsored Companies, will be granted membership—to get a list of sponsored companies visit the following website: https://www.amhfcu.org/personal/openanaccount/HowtoJoin.aspx and click on “Sponsor Companies” under the “Who can Join?” section. All immediate family members ( spouse, children, parents, siblings, grandchildren, grandparents, stepparents and stepchildren) of current or eligible members may join the American Heritage Federal Credit UnionIn addition to Philadelphia, any individual who lives in the following areas may join the cooperative: Ambler, Bensalem, Bridgeport, Bryn Athyn, Butler, Cheltenham, Conshohocken, Fort Washington, Norristown, Penndel, Souderton, Southhampton, Tullytown, Villanova or Warmister HeightsOnce you have qualified for membership you must deposit a minimum of $15 into a share/savings account and maintain this minimum balance to enjoy the services provided by the American Heritage Federal Credit Union.
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    What is American Heritage Federal Credit Union?

    Founded in 1948, the American Heritage Federal Credit Union was the original not-for-profit cooperative of the Bud Manufacturing Company; at this time the agency went under the same name as its parent corporation. In 1985, following years of faithful service, the cooperative formally changed their name to the American Heritage Federal Credit Union to reflect the overall change in the nature of their membership requirements and the companies which they affiliate with.

    Presently, the American Heritage Federal Credit Union is one of the largest credit unions in the state of Pennsylvania; the American Heritage Federal Credit Union serves over 700 companies and provides banking services to over 100,000 members.

    The American Heritage Federal Credit Union aims to provide quality and convenient service to meet the financial needs of the organization’s members, while enhancing relations and bolstering affiliated companies and the surrounding communities.

    The American Heritage Federal Credit Union offers the following services to its members: Access to savings and checking accounts, Certificate of Deposit offerings, money market accounts, investment advice, access to online banking services, low interest personal loans, auto loans, mortgages, equity loans and credit cards.


    How do I join the American Heritage Federal Credit Union?

    Any individual who lives, works, worships or attends school in Philadelphia may obtain membership in the American Heritage Federal Credit Union

    Furthermore, anyone employed by one of the cooperative’s Sponsored Companies, will be granted membership—to get a list of sponsored companies visit the following website: https://www.amhfcu.org/personal/openanaccount/HowtoJoin.aspx and click on “Sponsor Companies” under the “Who can Join?” section.

    All immediate family members ( spouse, children, parents, siblings, grandchildren, grandparents, stepparents and stepchildren) of current or eligible members may join the American Heritage Federal Credit Union

    In addition to Philadelphia, any individual who lives in the following areas may join the cooperative: Ambler, Bensalem, Bridgeport, Bryn Athyn, Butler, Cheltenham, Conshohocken, Fort Washington, Norristown, Penndel, Souderton, Southhampton, Tullytown, Villanova or Warmister Heights

    Once you have qualified for membership you must deposit a minimum of $15 into a share/savings account and maintain this minimum balance to enjoy the services provided by the American Heritage Federal Credit Union.

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