16 Mar 2021

Instructions for Online Access

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

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.

14 Mar 2021

Student Loans

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


We Are Always Looking For Volunteers!

Swilly Mulroy Credit Union is built upon the efforts of its volunteers who give freely of their time and skills to their credit union in the spirit of co-operation. An individual can develop both personally and professionally by volunteering. The benefits of credit union volunteering include:

  • Gain skills and experience in a senior role of a professional financial service provider
  • Education and training
  • Personal development
  • Meet new people from the community
  • Work on developmental and business projects
  • Give something back to the local community

Swilly Mulroy Credit Union always needs volunteers. The Board of Directors, the Board Oversight Committee, the Credit Committee, the Credit Control Committee, the Nominating Committee, the Investment Committee, the Membership Committee and the Marketing Committee are all made up by volunteers, so quite a number of volunteers with varying talents and skills are required. There are many reasons for volunteering and the involvement with a respective committee in Swilly Mulroy Credit Union can be an eye-catching addition to your CV. Some of the benefits include allowing a person;

  • To learn new skills
  • To develop new interests
  • To increase employability
  • To use professional skills
  • To increase self-confidence
  • To have a purpose, sense of achievement
  • To do something they enjoy
  • To make a difference, a desire to help others
  • To give back, for example when a family member has benefited from the organisation
  • To meet new people, have a sense of belonging or community
  • When asked by someone they value
  • They hold the organisation and its ethos in high esteem