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We're safe, local and most importantly, owned by you.

It’s true, when your money is well managed your life runs more smoothly. That’s why we’ve developed products and services to make banking easy.

Since 1956, Apple has been a not-for-profit, member-owned financial cooperative. Every one of Apple FCU’s members owns an equal share of the credit union, and it is because of this dynamic that all earnings are returned in the form of lower loan rates and higher dividend yields. Plus, member deposits are insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a federal government agency.

If you’re looking for A Better Grade of Banking, pick Apple. With more than 20 branches across Northern Virginia, FREE Online Banking and access to more than 53,000 ATMs nationwide, no matter where you go, we’re nearby. Let us help make your financial dreams a reality.

Apple's History

In 1956, a group of educators working within the Fairfax County Public School system came together to assist a colleague in purchasing a set of car tires. This seemingly simple act, though these 10 teachers could not have known it at the time, planted the seeds for a partnership that would span more than half a century and serve thousands of members in the pursuit of an improved life, either through education and/or the achievement of dreams.

Our Mission

Member trust is our number one priority. We earn trust by:

  • Providing caring, personal service
  • Delivering competitive financial solutions
  • Supporting education and the communities we serve.

Our Vision

We will Improve lives and fulfill dreams.

Our Concept

A Better Grade of Banking. A vast amount of difference exists between the terms bank and banking. As a not-for-profit credit union, Apple offers many financial services that fall under the term banking, i.e. deposits, loans, checking and more. But it’s Apple’s personalized service and financial solutions, and competitive rates and products, that allow members to truly experience the credit union difference. It’s banking, but better.

Whether through direct financial support or other in-kind contributions, Apple FCU actively supports the credit union philosophy of people helping people.


Cherry Blossom Run

A charitable, first-class race event that takes place during Washington, D.C.'s famous emergence of spring, Apple has been an active participant in the Credit Union Cherry Blossom 10 Mile Run for more than 10 years. The event benefits the Children's Miracle Network.



With a history rooted in education, Apple FCU works to continue the tradition of service to its community by supporting winning applicants with educational funding through our annual scholarship program. Each year the Apple FCU Education Foundation awards scholarships to deserving high school graduates. Learn More

Student-Run Credit Unions

Apple's Student-Run Branch Program provides area students real-world financial literacy, fiscal education and the opportunity to explore future employment options. Apple FCU currently has student-run branches in more than 30 high schools, at which our employees teach participating students how to perform credit union duties, including accepting membership applications and processing deposits. The Student-Run Credit Union model has been so successful since its launch in 1995, a version was adopted by the Future Business Leaders of America. Learn More

Classroom Presentations

Educating students about money management is crucial to their future financial success. Our staff is available for classroom presentations to help teachers educate students about financial literacy. We offer a variety of discussion topics such as; budgeting, establishing credit, managing a checking account and more! Contact Us to find out how your school can participate in this program.

Adopt a Classroom

This program invites the community into the classroom. By adopting a classroom, donors partner with teachers to provide financial and moral support for the students. Contact Us to find out how your school can participate in this program.


Apple FCU is proud to join forces with the following organizations in order to make a difference in our members' communities:

Northern Virginia Athletic Directors, Administrators & Coaches Association (NVADACA)

Established in 1977, the Northern Virginia Athletics Directors, Administrators and Coaches Association (NVADACA) has promoted and supported high school athletics in Northern Virginia through a scholarship program and other association activities. The cooperation and involvement of the area's business and professional community is equally vital to NVADACA's mission. As a proud supporter of NVADACA, Apple Federal Credit Union has been actively involved with the organization since 1991.

Rotary International - Fairfax Chapter

Rotary International offers a broad range of humanitarian, intercultural, and educational programs and activities designed to improve the human condition and advance the organization's ultimate goal of world understanding and peace. Structured programs and service opportunities help clubs and districts achieve their service goals in their own communities and in communities abroad, fostering fellowship and goodwill in the process.

Board Of Directors

Apple’s Board of Directors includes volunteer members from varying backgrounds, experiences and accomplishments. Elected by Apple Members, they are devoted to the service of all members and the momentum of the credit union movement.

Calanthia Tucker
Dr. Calanthia Tucker
Board Chair
Linda Burke
Linda Burke
Vice Chair
Eric Brent
Dr. Eric Brent
Linda Whitfield
Linda Whitfield
Angela Atwater
Dr. Angela Atwater
Jamie Baisden
Jamie Baisden
Suyi Chuang
Suyi Chuang
Thomas Garber
Thomas D. Garber
Steve Sengstack
Steve Sengstack
Michael Sidebotham
Michael Sidebotham
Steve Straight
Steve Straight

Supervisory Committee

The Supervisory Committee's primary objective is to examine and evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of the credit union’s internal controls and quality of performance.

Thomas Garber
Thomas D. Garber
Jeff Davis
Jeff Davis
Mike Engley
Mike Engley
Nardos King
Nardos King

Should members have a concern or comment that cannot be addressed by Apple management, contact the Supervisory Committee by writing to: Supervisory Committee, P.O. Box 1370, Fairfax, VA 22038. All communications will remain confidential.

Advisory Board

The Advisory Board provides additional research and works to evaluate projects, programs and services for the betterment of Apple FCU and its membership.

Scott Bauer
Dr. Scott Bauer
Joyce Bell
Joyce Bell
Rodney Clemmons
Rodney Clemmons
Leland Smith, Vice Chairman
Leland Smith