• Florissant office opens.
• Richmond Heights office opens.
• SLCCU merges with All Saints Credit Union.
• Organization gets a new look and feel with the launch of an updated logo and tagline, “Welcome to the community.”
• St. Louis Community Credit Union’s field of membership expands to all of St. Louis City and County.
• SLCCU launches an affordable payday loan alternative and second chance checking for consumers.
• Gerald Brooks is appointed Board Chairman on March 20.
• Southtown and Dellwood offices open.
• Bill Humpfer retires. Patrick Adams is appointed President & CEO. Under his leadership, SLCCU has grown to 15 locations, more than $250 million in assets and serving 53,000+ members.
• The Credit Union begins offering financial education to businesses and social service agencies.
• SLCCU Board of Directors founds the St. Louis Community CU Foundation to provide financial education, resources and support to low-to-moderate-income communities.
• The Credit Union develops its Credit Matters Loan, giving individuals an opportunity to save money and rebuild challenged credit.
• St. Louis Community Credit Union’s field of membership expands to Jersey, Madison, Monroe and St. Clair counties in Illinois.
• The Credit Union becomes designated as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and receives a grant from the U.S. Treasury.
• The Credit Union begins to place mini branch offices within social service agencies to expand its reach to underserved populations; MET Center (Wellston) and Grace Hill (Grand/70) opens.
• The St. Louis Community CU Foundation launches the Janice Mosby Scholarship for non-traditional adult students age 23 and older.
• St. Louis Community Credit Union announces a collaborative agreement with Carrollton Bank that includes opening a Credit Union branch in an underserved community, launching a financial learning center and lending programs.
• SLCCU opens its third mini branch at Kingdom House (near downtown).
• St. Louis Community CU Foundation opens its first standalone financial education and coaching facility in Northwoods – the Excel Center (June).
• Mobile app launches.
• Kirk Mills is appointed as President; Patrick Adams remains in his strategic role as CEO.
• The Credit Union introduces the Interactive Teller Solution (ITS) service to members at the Midtown location, a convenient and fast way for members to do their banking.
• St. Louis Community Credit Union announces a home loan partnership with Carrollton Bank.
• The Credit Union moves out of its leased Dellwood location to an office that it owns in Ferguson.
• Ferguson office opens featuring the ITS, member service and expanded drive through service.
• St. Louis Community CU Foundation changes its name to Prosperity Connection to better reflect its mission.
• SLCCU merges with St. Cecilia Parish Credit Union.
• Prosperity Connection opens its second financial education center in Old North St. Louis and announces plans to move its Northwoods location to St. John with SLCCU.
• Prosperity Connection opens its second Wealth Accumulation Center in South St. Louis city, including SLCCU’s 15th branch.