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.


St. John office opens and includes an Excel Center.

The St. Louis Community Gateway Branch opens on the original site of the former Gateway Bank at 3412 N. Union Blvd – the first and only African-American owned commercial bank in Missouri (when it opened in 1965).

Prosperity Connection launches its first Wealth Accumulation Center in Pagedale featuring:

RedDough Money Center – alternative payday lending and check cashing services
Walk-in SLCCU branch (The Credit Union grows to 14 locations)
Excel Center (third location)

SLCCU named as one of the 2016 Top Workplaces by Workplace Dynamics and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.


Prosperity Connection opens its second Wealth Accumulation Center in South St. Louis city, including SLCCU’s 15th branch.