About Us

Our Story

DCCU groundbreaking photoWe officially opened our doors in 1959 as Waynesboro DuPont Employees Credit Union, Inc. Our first “office” was in the basement of an employee’s house who worked at the Waynesboro plant of E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Co. In a letter given to all plant employees, the founders stated why they felt a credit union was needed:

"To save employees money by loaning to them at rates below those charged elsewhere for similar-type loans and to encourage thrift among the employees by paying them higher dividends on their savings than they can obtain elsewhere."

In order to borrow money, a $0.25 entrance fee was paid, plus a savings deposit for as little as $1. By the end of 1959, the credit union had 1,275 accounts, $72,827 in loans, $91,251 in assets, and had no paid employees.

Twenty years after its founding, the credit union was owned by over 7,000 members with nearly $32 million in assets. In 1985, the first office not on plant property was opened on West Main Street in Waynesboro.

By 1997, we expanded to become a community credit union, meaning membership became based on geography instead of only where someone worked. To reflect this growth, our name changed to DuPont Community Credit Union (DCCU).

DCCU expanded outside the city of Waynesboro to include offices in Stuarts Draft (1998), Staunton (2000, 2004), Verona (2003), Woodstock (2004), Harrisonburg (2007, 2012, 2015, 2017), and Lexington (2015). Today we serve over 99,000 members and have over $1.1 billion in assets.

Our Mission

To be the premier provider of financial service, we are committed to excellence through our relationships with our members, employees, and community.​

Our Community

Giving Back

A key part of DCCU’s mission is a genuine commitment to our community. We strive to give back to our2015 Corporate Charity Donation community the same way we serve our members every day – with a sincere dedication to affect real, lasting, and positive change in people’s lives. As a credit union, we have the responsibility of caring for the well-being of our members and the opportunity to better serve the community.

DCCU employees have not only supported these organizations financially, but also by volunteering:

  • United Way
  • Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA)
  • Homeless shelters
  • American Cancer Society
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Blue Ridge Area Food Bank

Shred Days

We’re committed to protecting our members from identity theft and helping fight fraud, all while preserving our natural resources and recycling at DCCU community Shred Days. When Shred Days near we’ll post dates and locations on the DCCU Calendar of Events.

Community Requests

Request the following from DCCU*:Community Event

  • Sponsorship
  • DCCU Mobile ATM
  • DCCU Mist Tent
  • DCCU Popcorn Machine

*Items available to groups and organizations within our field of membership.

Photo by Austin Bachand, Daily News-Record


Our Financials

The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) collects quarterly financial data on all federally-insured credit unions. This data is available for anyone’s review and is intended as a means for the public to monitor the financial results of an institution.

If you'd like additional information, you may access financial data on DCCU. DCCU’s Charter Number is 62474 - you’ll need this to look up our information. 

Monthly financial statements for DCCU are displayed in every office.

If you have any questions after reviewing our information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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