Your Carson Branch
NuVision was chartered in 1935 by a handful of Douglas Aircraft Company employees who joined together to form what is now one of the largest credit unions in California. Today, NuVision serves more than 87,000 members and has more than $1.3 billion in assets. Our charter includes families and employees of Boeing, Sempra Energy, and Tesoro as well as over 100 other businesses and surrounding communities.
NuVision has been an icon in Huntington Beach for over 75 years, first serving employees of Douglas Aircraft. Additions to the NuVision family have resulted in a diverse group of sponsor companies in our field of membership in industries including aerospace, utilities, municipal, retail, automotive, housing, engineering, and healthcare.
NuVision places a high level of importance on convenience, providing many avenues to provide Easier Banking. Whether it’s in a branch, on the phone, through electronic or mobile channels, we are committed to providing a wide choice of convenient financial services.
When you are searching for a place to put your savings or wondering where to borrow money, consider NuVision Federal Credit Union. Chartered in 1935 as a not-for-profit financial cooperative, we remain your local credit union and we are proudly owned by the members we serve.
In the Carson Community
In the Carson Community
NuVision Federal Credit Union, together with the Carson Chamber of Commerce and other civic leaders, held a Grand Opening and Ribbon-cutting Ceremony to celebrate its new branch opening in Carson.
The Branch Manager, Tranece Edwards and Business Development Officer, Catherine Davis of NuVision Carson Office proudly helped celebrate the 45th Anniversary of the City of Carson by participating in the City Parade and sponsoring the Carson High Schools 50th Golden Anniversary. Go Colts!
NuVision Carson Branch Manager, Tranece Edwards and Business Development Officer, Catherine Davis and Walter Neil, Public Relations and Director of Government Affairs for Tesoro provided toys for the Carson Chamber Holiday Toy Drive.
The NuVision Carson Branch provided their support with a Kid’s Craft for the Kid’s Club Program that occurs at the South Bay Pavilion in Carson every Thursday. This event was right on time for Valentine’s Day. Carson Branch Representatives helped the children to make Valentine’s bracelets and key chains for their Mom and Dad or their Sweetie for Valentine’s.
NuVision is dedicated to educating the youth in financial literacy. At the City of Carson’s 22nd Annual Youth Conference, “Flip It”, NuVision hosted a financial workshop for the youth in Carson.
Children’s Day is an annual event, celebrated every last Saturday of April for the State of California, to honor all children. It is a special time to remind everyone to help make our world a better place for future generations. NuVision was proud to be a part of Carson’s Children’s Day celebration held at the Carson Gardena YMCA.
NuVision’s Community Service team is committed to getting involved in the areas we serve to support our community and bring NuVision’s goodwill to our local charities and their causes.
Light the Night
On September 19th, the 10th Annual Light the Night Walk at Angels Stadium raised funds and awareness for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Light the Night Walk is an annual event to raise funds for cures. It’s the nation’s night to pay tribute and bring hope to thousands of patients and their families. NuVision has raised more than $6,274 for this cause.
On October 4th, NuVision supported the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) by donating yellow NuVision bags which were handed out to approximately 1,000 walkers who gathered at the Huntington Beach Pier. This 4th Annual event, Orange County 5K NAMIWalks for the Minds of America raised more than $128,000 and benefits families who have been affected by mental illness.
On October 17th, NuVision’s team “NuVision’s NuTomorrows” participated in the 18th annual CHOC Walk at Disneyland Resort. As a team, NuVision raised and donated more than $2,751. This is the 5th year that NuVision has had a team at the CHOC Walk.
Children’s Miracle Network
From July to December, NuVision raised $4,327 for Children’s Miracle Network.
Colette’s Children’s Home
NuVision also supported Colette’s Children’s Home during the 2010 Holiday season by adopting the recipients at the home and providing the items on their wish list.
Toys For Tots
Members and employees filled the bins at our branches for the Toys for Tots during November and December. For more than 50 years, the Marines have been collecting toys for under-privileged kids, and NuVision was proud to participate again by being a collection site for unwrapped toys and gifts.
NuVision has adopted 130 children through Project Love. Project Love has been around since 1963 aiding Navajo and Hopi children from Northern Arizona reservations. Originally a McDonnell Douglas project, Boeing now coordinates this annual event. NuVision employees ‘adopted’ school children and provided gifts from a wish list.
NuVision donated $2,500 and 10 PCs to this Huntington Beach based organization.
Asian Youth Center
NuVision donated 19 PCs to Asian Youth Center.
NuVision partnered with E1 Financial to raise $1,500 which was donated the American Red Cross Wildfire Relief Fund. NuVision also activated our Emergency Response Loan in response to the wildfires. If you or a family member were affected by the recent wildfires, please call us at 800.444.6327 for more information about this program.
Branch Address and Hours
2350 East 223rd Street
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