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Making a sustainable future together

Look below to learn how we can help your non-profit organization thrive.

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We want you to succeed

We want to be your financial mentor. Each year, we teach thousands of people smart financial strategies through our free financial education program. We also provide free financial coaching.

We’re in good shape

Zing Credit Union is a safe place to put your money. With solid financials, clean audits year-over-year, and the insurance of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), you can breathe easy when your money is at Zing.

We’re committed to our communities

We believe in making a positive impact. Zing has been recognized as one of the 50 most civic-minded companies in Colorado. Learn more.


Why join a credit union?

Credit unions are not-for-profit financial cooperatives that are owned by their members, and are managed by an elected volunteer board of directors. Just like you, we care more about the lasting impact we can make on the community than the traditional banks do. We can offer your organization all traditional banking products and services and are Federally Insured by the National Credit Union Administration.


Non-Profit Reserves Savings

Do you have enough operating expenses saved for the unexpected? We can help you weather any storm.

Merchant Services

Find the missing piece that your organization needs to thrive.

Secured Card

Turn reserve funds into cash you can use with a Secured Card.

Meet Maria

Business Services Program Director
“I help our small business members succeed financially so they can grow and thrive.”

We are so happy with our relationship with Zing. When we started, we had two to three people and were very lean. Over the last few years, we’ve had the opportunity to expand and Zing has helped us keep up with our fast growth. Maria is just as much a member of our team as any other person here. We value our partnership with Zing.

-Colorado Village Collaborative, March 2022