What Makes Apple Special
Apple offers everything you’d expect from a financial institution, but it’s our personalized service that truly reflects the Apple difference and transforms banking from a chore into an experience.
We’re grateful for every member who chooses to be a part of the Apple family. That’s why we work hard to treat our members better than the place down the street. One way we do that is by offering the kind of attention and service that will help you tackle your basic and complex financial situations. Our goal is to offer unique financial solutions, service and advice that will meet your needs and answer your questions. No matter how you connect with us, we want to help fulfill your dreams.
Since 1956, Apple has been a not-for-profit, member-owned financial cooperative. Every one of Apple FCU’s members owns an equal share of the credit union, and it is because of this dynamic that all earnings are returned in the form of lower loan rates and higher dividend yields.
We’re Next Door and Beyond
With 20 branches across Northern Virginia, FREE Online & Mobile Banking and access to more than 53,000 ATMs nationwide, no matter where you go, we’re nearby. Let us help make your financial dreams a reality.
Serving the Community
Helping to improve the lives of those we serve is who we are and what we do. You’ll find us in the community, in the classroom, and around the corner at a branch, delivering caring and friendly service. Learn More
Mission and Purpose
Member trust is our number one priority. We earn trust by:
- Providing personal, caring service
- Delivering competitive financial solutions
- Acting in the best interest of our members
- Positively impacting the communities we serve.
We will improve lives and fulfill dreams.
Board of Directors
Apple’s volunteer Board of Directors includes members from varying backgrounds, experiences and accomplishments. They are devoted to the service of all members and the momentum of the credit union movement.
The Supervisory Committee's primary objective is to examine and evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of the credit union’s internal controls and quality of performance.
Should members have a concern or comment that cannot be addressed by Apple management, contact the Supervisory Committee by writing to: Supervisory Committee, P.O. Box 1370, Fairfax, VA 22038. All communications will remain confidential.
The Advisory Board provides additional research and works to evaluate projects, programs and services for the betterment of Apple FCU and its membership.