Meridian Trust Now $500 Million in Assets
Meridian Trust is now a $500 million credit union! We’ve achieved this milestone in asset size thanks to our members, who since 1954 have placed their trust in us. See below to learn how you can take advantage of a 2.50% APY Certificate Special. And, every Meridian Trust branch has made a donation of $500 each to an organization in their local community. See the recipients below.
You can deposit $500 and earn a great rate of 2.50% APY. Please hurry! The sooner you open this certificate the sooner you’ll start earning this rate.
*APY=Annual Percentage Yield. 2.50% APY/2.48% APR (Annual Percentage Rate). $500 to open with $500 maximum. Open to current members and new members. Membership qualification required. Consumer membership only, no businesses or IRAs. Rate effective as of January 11th, 2021. Certificate term ends on 5/31/2021. Rate special earned from date of deposit through end of term. At maturity, renews automatically as 6-month certificate at rates current as of 5/31/2021 unless otherwise directed by member at renewal. May not be combined with any other offers. One per unique SSN.
As a thank you to our membership for helping us reach this milestone, all Meridian Trust and PowerTrust branches are making donations in their communities. A total of $5,000 is being donated to local organizations and nonprofits across all 10 branches located in Wyoming, Nebraska & Colorado.
Branch Location Organization and Cause
Wyoming Hunger Initiative – Ending childhood hunger through increased awareness, advocacy and support of local anti-hunger organizations.
The Zonta Club of Cheyenne – Advancing the status of women worldwide through advocacy and empowerment.
Jackson One 22 – Supporting the community by provinding resources for health, financial and cultural challenges. Lander
Almost Home Wyoming – Providing safe and secure housing for the homeless who are working towards their own home.
Rawlins Lions Club – Supporting the community through annual fundraising efforts that provide resources for the visually impaired, the school district, the food back and Ribbons of Hope.
The Scottsbluff Volunteer Center – Supporting the community through programs such as Meals on Wheels, Snow Angels and Shopping for Seniors.
Wellington Food Bank – Providing food in the community for those in need.
Gardiner's Volunteer Fire & Ambulance Service – Providing both fire and emergency medical services on a volunteer basis in their community and surrounding communities.
The Self Help Center – Advocating for victims of domestic violence, child abuse, stalking, elder abuse, sexual assault, family treatment and substance abusing individuals.
Young at Heart Center – Supporting the community through meal programs, financial assistance, daycare services, and education outreach.
Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union has been a locally owned and managed financial cooperative since 1954. It has continued to grow and expand throughout the years and now has 11 branches across Wyoming, Nebraska and Colorado that serve 32,000 members. The photos below are a small representation of the success of the credit union.
LEFT: Wyoming Employees Federal Credit Union (WEFCU), now Meridian Trust, moved into the building located at 2223 Warren Avenue in Cheyenne, Wyoming, in 1977. RIGHT: Pictured top left, WEFCU's Branch Manager, Harry Speltz; top right, WEFCU's Supervisory Committee; bottom right, WEFCU's Board of Directors.
LEFT: Meridian Trust opened it's second branch in Cheyenne, the Cheyenne East branch in 2004. RIGHT: Meridian Trust's partnership with Utah Power was finalized with their first PowerTrust branch opening in Rock Springs in 2006.
LEFT: Meridian Trust's merger with Yellowstone Federal Credit Union in Yellowstone National Park was approved in January 2020. RIGHT: Meridian Trust held a ribbon cutting for it's new branch in Wellington, Colorado, in February 2020.
Meridian Trust opened it's third branch in Cheyenne, Wyoming, in January 2021. The Cheyenne North branch will serve residents, workers, and commuters in the northern section of the city.