Have You Heard of Sheffield Credit Union?

Posted on March 1, 2010 by


Everyone needs financial skills, knowledge and confidence to make the most of their money and to prevent future trouble, particularly with the credit crunch making purse strings even tighter at the moment.  Financial Inclusion Services Yorkshire (FISY) is a charitable organisation based in Sheffield, which with the Sheffield Credit Union, deliver a range of projects aimed at helping people get the best deal from their money.

What is Sheffield Credit Union?

  • It is a not-for-profit community savings and loan cooperative
  • It is open to anyone who lives or works within the Sheffield City boundary
  • It offers affordable loans to savers and non-savers as an alternative to doorstep lenders and high cost loans
  • It has more than 60 collection points around the City (including the Heeley area), and 4,500 adult members and 2,500 junior members
  • It is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority

Please call (0114) 276 0787 or pop in at 6 The Gallery Castle Market Sheffield S1 2AJ for further information including local collection points. Opening hours 10 a.m-1p.m Monday to Friday.