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Corona Plaza Grand Re-Opening

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Stop by and visit us this *Friday, November 15th between 1:00pm and 4:00pm* to see the newly remodeled space and enter for your chance to win Stagecoach tickets!*

Altura Opens New Branch in Banning!

We are excited to announce that our Sun Lakes Branch will be open Friday, August 30th! The new branch is located in Albertsons at the Sun Lakes Village Shopping Center.

Altura Goes Over the Edge for Veterans

Altura participated in the Over the Edge challenge by Habitat For Humanity Riverside, all for the purpose of helping out our Veterans.

Altura Members Win Over $1,500 In Stash2Win Giveaway

With a little over a minute on the countdown clock, Altura Member Elizabeth from Riverside was initially quite nervous to get in the money blowing machine and pick cash out the air for the Stash2Win Giveaway.

Altura Donates $600,000 to ‘The Cheech’

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Helping Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art, Culture & Industry
Meet Key Fundraising Deadline

(Riverside, Calif.) June 11, 2018 – Altura Credit Union made a $600,000 donation to the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art, Culture & Industry of the Riverside Art Museum last week, helping the project meet a key fundraising deadline. Actor, comedian and renowned art collector Cheech Marin was on hand to accept the donation from Altura CEO Jennifer Binkley at a gathering of donors and supporters at the credit union’s downtown Riverside branch.

“The Cheech,” a term coined by Marin himself, will be a permanent home for Marin’s more than 700 works of Chicano art, including paintings, sculptures and photography, making it the most prominent collection of its kind in the U.S.

Best known as part of the comedy duo Cheech and Chong, Marin said, “I am so excited to see how Altura Credit Union is stepping up to help bring my collection and celebration of this art here to a permanent home in Riverside. It is the support from both private and public donors that is making this vision come to life, and the truth is, this is only the beginning.”

Routing Number Scam, Beware

Recently, there has been a string of scams that promote the use of federal reserve bank or credit union routing numbers to pay “your” bills online. Learn more about this scam and how to protect yourself here.