Holy Rosary Credit Union will not be closing because of Convid-19. Financial Institutions are considered an emergency service. However, it is changing the way we do business a bit. For your protection and that of our employees, HRCU is taking the following steps to protect all our health:
- HRCU employees will sanitize common surfaces several times a day with CDC approved products.
- HRCU employees will wear gloves to help with “social distancing,” as recommended by the CDC.
- HRCU employees will not come to work if they have any symptoms.
- Use online services or mobile banking as much as possible & participating cash machines.
- At our branches, use our hand sanitizer before you approach the teller station. If we are unable to find this as it is dependent on supplies, try to minimize direct contact, as recommended by the CDC.
- Do not enter the branch if you are feeling poorly.
- Please be advised that we will restrict the number of members inside our branches to 10 at a time, per our President’s recommendation. In addition, we have provided squares to stand in to help respect the recommended social distancing (one person per square). Please move forward as a square becomes available.
We continue to monitor the quickly evolving situation and have contingency plans in place so there will not be interruptions in our service to our members.
As a reminder the deposits in your account are covered by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). The NCUA protects the safety and soundness of the credit union system by identifying, monitoring and reducing risks to the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund. Backed by the full faith and credit of the United States, the Share Insurance Fund provides at least $250,000 of federal share insurance to millions of account holders in all federal credit unions and the overwhelming majority of state-chartered credit unions.
We will plan to make emergency announcements on our website, on our Facebook and by Twitter. For additional information about COVID-19, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at www.cdc.gov
If you need assistance or have any questions, please contact us at 816.221.2734.
Carole Wight, President