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14 Mar 2021

Student Loans

Get set for college. Apply for a student loan today with our Low Interest Rate of 6.5 % APR.

15 Mar 2021

Simple Way To Lodge Money

The protection of our members & staff are of the utmost importance to us. We are now providing envelopes to make it easier for our members to lodge money without having to come into the office.

16 Mar 2021

Instructions for Online Access

Visit www.swillymulroycu.ie on a laptop or computer and go to LOGIN on the top right corner of the website.      

17 Mar 2021

Information on COVID 19 Preparations

Due to the ongoing COVID 19 situation we wish to reassure members that we will continue to provide our services as long as is practically possible.

17 Mar 2021

Important Notice To All Members

During the present Emergency, Cash Withdrawals will be limited to €500.00 per member, per week. This is to ensure that we can meet the cash needs of all our members during this crisis.

Community

Swilly Mulroy Credit Union- At The Heart Of The Community

Swilly Mulroy credit union is a community based co-operative that exists only for the good of the people of Kerrykeel, Milford, Rathmullan and Fanad. As well as contributing to the financial health of our members through savings and loans, the Credit Union is also involved in a huge range of community organisations and events.

We aim to make our community a better place by supporting good causes that seek our help. These range from local charities, schools, sport clubs, youth groups and tidy towns. This is all part of our not-for-profit ethos. We return money to our members by supporting the causes that are important to them.

As organisations rooted in the communities that they serve, credit unions have played an essential role in supporting and helping local people, providing vital financial services. Today, with demand greater than ever before, credit unions are poised to play an even stronger role in helping ordinary people to meet their financial, economic and social needs.