Truliant Federal Credit Union
Enhancing the Quality of Our Member’s Lives Since 1952
Truliant Federal Credit Union was chartered in 1952 to serve the employees of Western Electric and was known as Radio Shops Credit Union. It began serving about 2,000 members and offered credit union services in Winston-Salem, Greensboro and Burlington. Today, Truliant serves over 270,000 members with more than 30 locations across the Carolinas and Virginia, and over $3.3 billion in assets.
Truliant offers honest, personalized advice to make members’ financial futures brighter. We exist to help members achieve their dreams — and we often do it better than the larger, national banks. Plus, we offer the latest online and mobile banking technology that lets members manage their money and busy family schedules.
Our mission is to enhance the quality of life of our members and become their preferred financial institution.
Improving lives goes well beyond providing our members with trusted guidance, products, and services to meet their needs. Truliant makes investments in local communities to strengthen and support areas where our members live and work.
Truliant improves our communities through sponsorship of community organizations, charitable contributions, scholarships, grant programs and volunteerism.
Improving lives goes well beyond providing our members with trusted guidance, products, and services to meet their needs. Truliant also makes investments in local communities to strengthen and support areas where our members live and work. Truliant improves entire communities through sponsorship of community organizations, charitable contributions, scholarships, grant programs and our volunteerism efforts.
Here are some of the highlights:
- Financial Education Grants
Truliant provides grants to public school teachers, grades 6-12, who want to improve financial literacy.
Teachers may apply for grants of up to $5,000.
- Charitable Contributions
Truliant provides financial support and expertise to strengthen community-focused, nonprofit organizations.
Charitable donations are considered throughout the year.
- Truliant Scholarships
Truliant awards numerous scholarships every year to help improve member’s lives
Scholarships are available for high school students entering college/university each fall
- Community Shred Days
Protect your identity while supporting the environment.
Safely dispose of old bills, confidential documents and more.
Built in 2005 at our Winston-Salem, N.C. headquarters, Truliant’s obelisk is a re-creation of a historic structure mimicking the sun’s rays. Much like the rays of sun in our logo, the obelisk is a reminder of our mission in practice: to shine on through our commitment to improving lives. Standing fifty-two feet tall, the obelisk is an important symbol for Truliant. Our team, members, and guests see it daily when entering our headquarters, and it is visible well beyond our campus. This timeless representation stands as a testament for all to see of a culture built on doing what’s right for our members.
Diversity. Integrity. Respect.
An Important Message from Truliant President and CEO Todd Hall
For over 60 years, Truliant has celebrated the diversity of our workforce and that of our member base. We have created a culture where everyone is treated with integrity, respect and empathy. This extends beyond our walls and into our communities. We remain deeply engaged in making the communities that we serve better.
We recognize that we would not be the organization that we are today without the dedication and commitment of a wonderful and diverse group of men and women who further our mission to improve lives every day. We stand against racism, we stand for inclusion and we stand in solidarity with our employees and our communities.
– Todd Hall, Truliant President and CEO