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Co-op Services In The Community

At Co-op Services we're not just in your community, we're an active part of it. From sponsoring school branches and educating area children about money to supporting area charities, we pride ourselves on serving our community. Below is a list of charities, events sponsorships and awards that we have been, and will continue to be, involved with.


Community Events & Sponsorships
Downtown Hoedown
Downriver Cruise
Livonia Passport to Safety
National Kidney Foundation - Kidney Walk
Shred Day
Michigan International Women’s Show
Redford Little League
Operation Backpack
Cell Phones For Soldiers
Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive
Toys for Tots



In The News
Co-op Services partners with Cub Scout pack for Pinewood Derby
Skate party raises 188 pounds of food for Gleaners
Co-op Services expands student credit union program
Student credit union helps kids develop skills

Financial Education
Co-op Services members who are seniors in high school are eligible for one of seven scholarship awards, worth $14,000 total. Scholarships are awarded annually and you can download a scholarship application or pick one up at any branch location.

Student Branches
We’ve created student branches in an effort to make saving a fun and educational experience with the convenience of banking at school! Here are all of our student branch partnerships.

Financial Education Pamphlet
We believe in promoting financial education in the communities we serve. If you work with a student, youth or community group we invite you to contact us. We offer presentations to fit all age levels. Here is our Financial Education Pamphlet.

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