Credit Union Visits

All credit union visits are now sold out. 

: Wednesday, 24 July
Cost: US $75.00 per person
Time: 12:45 pm - 4:00 pm 
Meet at 12:30 pm for a 12:45 pm departure
Transportation: Transportation will be provided from the Boston Convention Center to each credit union. Buses will depart the convention center at 12:45 pm and will return between 4:00 pm and 5:00 pm.

Naveo Credit Union - SOLD OUT

Naveo Credit Union, formerly Cambridge Portuguese Credit Union, was incorporated on March 2, 1928 by twenty-seven Portuguese-Americans as a place where the community could deposit their savings with confidence and borrow money at low rates of interest. In 2014, the Credit Union changed its name to Naveo Credit Union to complement the changing demographics of the area by becoming an inclusive institution, one that is welcoming to everyone in the community.

Naveo is a not-for-profit financial institution (with locations in Somerville and Cambridge) focused on serving our members as partners, guiding them towards their financial goals. We embrace their personalities, cultures, and ambitions, tailoring our services to fit their needs and creating a financial plan that matches up with their current and future goals.

Naveo offers a variety of personal and business products and services including check, savings, consumer and home loans, online banking services and more. Visit for more information.

Harvard Employees Credit Union - SOLD OUT

Priding ourselves on a tradition of excellent service, HUECU provides a complete line of services for all your financial needs. HUECU exclusively serves the Harvard community, including the staff, students and alumni of Harvard University, Harvard teaching hospitals and other affiliated organizations.

Somerville's Credit Union - SOLD OUT

Established on May 28, 1941, Somerville Municipal Federal Credit Union was started by people who were committed to helping their fellow City of Somerville employees save for retirement in an age when pensions were non-existent.

Since the Fire and School Department employees had established their own credit unions previously, the following founding individuals bonded together and generously requested a charter to include the remaining employees of the City of Somerville:

  • John J. Donahue
  • T. Leo Galligan
  • Frances M. McKenzie
  • William F. MacDonald
  • Mary C. Crowley
  • Thomas E. Hegarty
  • William E. Hogan
  • Adelaide F. McAuley
  • Albert E. Robitaille
  • Albert E. Robitaille
  • Timothy J. Dwyer
  • Irene F. Ward

William Casey, one of the Credit Union’s first members and its first unofficial “recruiter”, was instrumental in our growth until his retirement in 1969. Mr. Casey was persistent in building membership deposits and keeping the Credit Union alive.
In the 1960’s, membership was extended to employees of the Somerville Housing Authority, the Somerville Redevelopment Authority, and Massachusetts Welfare employees working in Somerville. Our field of membership was expanded to include family members of the above employee groups during the 1970’s and in the 1980’s to include employees of Somerville Cambridge Elder Services. In 2014, we expanded our field of membership even further to include all members of the Somerville Garden Club and the Disabled American Veterans Chapter No. 27.

Today, the common bond of our employer groups is service to citizens of the Somerville community. With family members included, we are now close to 3,000 members strong, and continue to seek new members.

Metro Credit Union - SOLD OUT

Metro Credit Union is the largest state-chartered credit union in Massachusetts, with $3 billion in assets. Metro provides a full range of financial products to close to 200,000 members in eleven counties in Massachusetts, and three counties in New Hampshire. Metro is the credit union of choice for employees at over 1,200 companies through its Metro@work program.

Founded in 1926, Metro currently operates 19 branch and one high school branch.   Metro is also a Juntos Avanzamos (“Together We Advance”) designated credit union, an honor given to financial institutions for their commitment to serving and empowering Hispanic and immigrant consumers. Metro was recently named among the most charitable companies in Massachusetts by the Boston Business Journal. Learn more at