Mask Update: If you are fully vaccinated you do not have to wear a mask when entering the credit union. We do ask you still practice social distancing and we will be continuing to wipe down the teller stations to keep our members and staff safe.
The Irvin Works Federal Credit Union would like to inform our members that there may have been possible exposure to the credit union. The office staff are not experiencing any symptoms to date and have been tested as a precaution (test results pending).
The Credit Union entrance and office have been cleaned and sanitized as per CDC guidelines.
At this time there is no risk to our working office staff and our members.
Please, as a reminder, wear a mask at all times and social distance.
We will continue to follow CDC guidelines related to COVID-19 risks, exposures and sanitizing.
We will continue to keep you updated if anything changes or new cases are identified.
The credit union is still open with normal business hours. We do ask that members wear a mask when coming to the credit union to help us do our part in slowing the spread of the Corona-virus. We are still limiting the lobby to 2 members at a time. Our #1 priority continues to be protecting the health and safety of our members and staff. We still encourage our members to sign up for our online banking, please see the links at the bottom of this page to sign up today!
4/17/2020 1:30 pm
As per Governor Tom Wolf -Starting on Monday April 20,2020, Irvin Works FCU Mandates all members to wear a face mask before entering the lobby. We are also limiting 2 members in lobby at a time. Our #1 priority is to protect the health and safety of our members and staff.
3/23/2020 8:00 am
The Irvin Works Federal Credit Union is trying to do its part to slow the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). In order to do this we are limiting 2 members in the inside lobby of the credit union. Please wait in the outside lobby if you see 2 members at the windows already and please try to stay 6 feet apart. We are doing our best to wipe down the teller stations to keep our members and our staff safe.
3/18/2020 10:30 am
Due to the continuing outbreak of the COVID-19 our Annual Meeting has been indefinitely postponed. We will update our members when a new date can be set. Thank you for your understanding.
The credit union is still operating under normal business hours as of 3/18/2020 and will remain open as long as we are able to. That being said please take advantage of our self-service banking options as listed below. The credit union staff is here to help you in any way we can. We also suggest taking this time if you do not already have a checking account with us to open one and apply for a debit card so you will be able to access your cash through an ATM machine in the event that we are forced to closed.
As a preventive measure to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Irvin Works Federal Credit Union has put in place preventive measures to ensure the safety and well-being of our members and employees. We are monitoring reports from the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) and following all guidelines and requirements.
- We strongly recommend using our Online Banking, Mobile Banking and calling our office at 412-469-0410 to help you with all your financial transactions.
- Loan or Visa Payment can be mailed into the office using PO Box 250, Dravosburg, PA 15034.
- If you are in need of assistance and have a hardship due to the Coronavirus please call the office and speak to Maureen or Denise to discuss your options available.
- To find a surcharge free ATM in your area click here.
Other Resources Available
During this difficult time, you may be worried about your finances The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has some resources on their website that might help you.
The Irvin Works FCU is here to help, please call the credit union if you find yourself affected by coronavirus.
Protect yourself financially from the impact of the coronavirus
The CFPB continues to help consumers make informed financial decisions with up-to-date information and resources
Protecting your credit during the coronavirus pandemic
Coronavirus and dealing with debt: Tips to help ease the impact
Tips for financial caregivers during the coronavirus pandemic