Annual Reports

Our values, in action

Our commitment to values-based banking means getting really transparent about what we stand for and how we act on that. To see our values in action, take a look at our annual reports.

2023 Highlights

  • Over $1 billion in Assets at 2023 Year-End
  • 60,139 Members with 3,033 Net New Members in 2023
  • $564,000 donated to 185 organizations (5% of Net Income)
  • 2,694 people attended Financial Education Classes
  • 2,887 Employee Volunteer Hours
Read the full 2023 report
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2022 Highlights

  • Over $938,955,222 in Assets at 2022 Year-End
  • 57,106 Members with 2,478 Net New Members in 2022
  • $496,631 donated to 210 organizations (5.01% of Net Income)
  • 1,143 people attended Financial Education Classes
  • 1,340 Employee Volunteer Hours
Read the full 2022 report
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2021 Highlights

  • Over $874,473,613 in Assets at 2021 Year-End
  • 54,633 Members with 4,602 New Members in 2021
  • $744,530 Donated to 151 Organizations (5% of Net Income)
  • $6,870,000 in Paycheck Protection Program Loans
Read the full 2021 report
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2020 Highlights

  • Over $752,760,460 in Assets at 2020 Year-End
  • 52,408 Members with 4,602 New Members in 2020
  • $335,682 Donated to 151 organizations (5.22% of Net Income)
  • $13,816,750 in Paycheck Protection Program Loans
Read the full 2020 report
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2019 Highlights

  • Over $564,403,831 in Assets at 2019 Year-End
  • 51,077 Members with 4,288 New Members in 2019
  • $293,865 Donated to 120 organizations (5% of Net Income)
  • 2,403 Employee Volunteer Hours
Read the 2019 full report
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2018 Highlights

  • A New Name for Clearwater
  • Alternative Education Loans
  • GABV Leadership Academy
Read the full 2018 report
2018 Clearwater Credit Union Annual Report

2017 Highlights

  • Voted 1st Place Financial Institution “Best of Missoula”
  • Donated $304,838 to nonprofits (7.5% of 2017 net income)
  • Recognized as one of America’s “Healthiest Companies”
  • Volunteered 2,766 hours
  • Provided 26 schools financial education, reaching 1,947 youth
Read the full 2017 report
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Earlier reports

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