At Sooper Credit Union, we build relationships. In the many communities we serve — Arvada, Aurora, Colorado Springs, Grand Junction, Lakewood, and beyond — our priority is to help our members secure a bright financial future.
We’re committed to providing real solutions to help you reach your goals — and we understand the major role finances play in your life. We’re your trusted advisor, giving you personal, professional advice on everything from buying a house or car to the best way to save for a dream vacation. You’ll enjoy fast, friendly service in person at our branch locations, over the phone, and through mobile and online banking 24/7. You will also have the convenience of surcharge-free ATMs whether in the Denver Metro Area or just about anywhere else in the country.
Sooper Credit Union was founded in 1951 by eight King Soopers employees and only $157.00 in capital. These eight employees saw a need for a different way to do banking, and thanks to them, Sooper Credit Union now serves over 36,000 members and exceeds $500 million in assets. Though based in the Denver area, we serve members nationwide and offer a wide variety of banking services that include savings and investment plans, loans for just about any need, and many convenient services.
Sooper Credit Union frequently receives recognition for providing outstanding financial stability to its members. We have a strong capital position that enables us to continually grow while providing cutting edge products and services to our members and building a strong infrastructure. Our financial strength and stability are furthered by federal insurance under NCUA and additional excess share insurance policies provided to all members.
While banks focus on their shareholders and stock value, Sooper Credit Union exists to serve our members and their respective communities which means we charge you less and give you more. Unlike a bank, we return our earnings to our members in the form of lower rates on loans, higher interest on deposits, and better services. The true meaning of “paying it forward.”
When you become a member, you become a part-owner of our credit union. Your basic savings account is your “share” in that ownership, and we look to you to help guide our future. Being a member also means it is your right to vote on candidates for our volunteer Board of Directors committee and to have a say in the way we do business.
Our promise is to financially empower your life's journey.
Sooper Credit Union hosts an Annual Meeting to keep our members informed about the credit union.
Click here to review the minutes from our 2022 meeting.
The Sooper Credit Union Board of Directors is comprised of 11 individuals who meet monthly. An Audit Committee consisting of members on the Board of Directors provides additional oversight. To apply for a position on the Sooper Credit Union Board of Directors, please complete an application via DocuSign by clicking here.
Adam Williamson, Board Chair
Bob Bruhn, Board Treasurer
Preston Branaugh, Board Director
Donetta Davidson, Board Director
Alma Vazquez-Hernandez, Board Director
Michael Doss, Associate Board Director
Flossie O’Leary, Board Vice-Chair
John Bodnar, Board Secretary
Roger Campbell, Board Director
Lynn Sierras-Krone, Board Director
Tony Daymil, Board Director Emeritus
Sooper Credit Union continues to hold its position as one of the stronger capitalized and larger credit unions in Colorado. To learn more about our financial stability and review detailed information, please take a look at our annual reports below.
2022 Annual Report
2021 Annual Report
2020 Annual Report
2019 Annual Report
2018 Annual Report
2017 Annual Report
The Brayman-Beach College Scholarship is named in honor of two visionary leaders in the credit union movement, Susan J. Brayman and Carroll D. Beach. This unique scholarship opportunity celebrates their commitment to our community by investing in our youth and, in turn, the future of the credit union movement. The scholarship is awarded to credit union members who are pursuing a degree in business from a four-year accredited institution. This opportunity is made possible by the generosity of individuals, credit unions, and business partners committed to the credit union community.
Two $5,000 scholarships are awarded annually.
For more information about the Brayman-Beach College Scholarship, including the deadline and application,
At Sooper Credit Union, we are committed to providing a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience in accordance with ADA guidelines. We are working to increase the accessibility and usability of our website for all users. If you are using a screen reader or other auxiliary aid and you encounter difficulties using the website, please contact us at (303) 427-5005 or (888) SOOPER1 for additional assistance. Products and services available on this website are available at our corporate office located at 5005 West 60th Ave Arvada, CO 80003.
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Insured by NCUA | Excess Share Insurance | Equal Housing Opportunity | NMLS# 422866
The ESI program provides up to an additional $250,000 of insurance once a credit union members’ balance exceeds the coverage provided by the primary share insurer (NCUA).
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