Membership

Who Can Be a Member of Omaha Douglas Federal Credit Union?

Anyone who works, lives, attends church, or goes to school in Douglas County can be a member of Omaha Douglas Federal Credit Union.

Don’t keep your credit union a secret.  Tell family members, friends, co-workers about the advantages of belonging to the credit union.  The low loan rates and fees, and higher savings rates – coupled with outstanding service and ownership – make your credit union the best kept secret around.

So share the good news and have your friends and co-workers stop in and see us.

How Do I Join?

It’s simple! Complete the membership application forms; then make a minimum $5.00 deposit into your savings account. When you join Omaha Douglas Federal Credit Union, you join a unique financial institution — one that puts you first. That’s because your credit union is a not-for-profit, cooperative financial institution.

To make it easier for you to join, you can click here for a membership application that you can print and complete. Send or bring it into one of our offices to open your account. We will need a photocopy of your driver’s license or other government- issued ID for each person on the account and $5.00 to open your account. If the address on your driver’s license is not your current address, we will need other documentation of your current residence.

A Real Family Affair

When you become a member of the Omaha Douglas FCU family, you may share your membership with your family members to open their own accounts.

  • Spouse
  • Children
  • Parents
  • Grandparents
  • Brother
  • Sister

Who Owns The Credit Union?

Members!  You’re not just a member of Omaha Douglas FCU: you’re also an owner. You can take an active role in helping your credit union. You’re welcome to attend the credit union Annual Meeting, vote, and be elected to the Board of Directors. These dedicated volunteers are responsible for formulating credit union policies.