Free Deployment Guide
Deployment for you and your family can be stressful and challenging, regardless of whether it is a first deployment, or your 10th. You must be able to manage your finances while deployed and Travis Credit Union can help.
We offer a free, comprehensive guide to help you prepare for deployment, and reduce stress on your family during this period. This guide will acquaint you with options that can make handling finances from overseas easier. It describes the Travis Credit Union services that can help you stay in touch with your accounts, options for designating a financial helper while you're deployed and steps to take before, during and after deployment.
My Life: A Kid's Journal
For families facing deployment we are pleased to provide a free journal that kids can use to document their activities while their loved one is deployed. You can get your free copy at any of our branch locations.
Support and resources for Travis Air Force Base (TAFB)
Travis Credit Union is proud to support a wide variety of organizations and on-base events in addition to offering comprehensive financial solutions to both military and civilian personnel. Here are just some of the ways we support Travis Air Force Base!
ATMs on base
We have 14 ATMs on Travis Air Force Base. We’re also a member of the CO-OP Network®, providing members with surcharge-free access to more than 30,000 ATMs throughout the U.S. and Canada. CO-OP Network's membership has access to over 800,000 ATMs worldwide through links to NYCE, STAR, Cirrus, Pulse and Plus.
First-time vehicle purchase discount program
This exclusive program is for military personnel and other contract employees with little or no credit.
Home buying seminars
Travis Credit Union teaches an introduction to home buying course at least six times each year at the request of the Airmen and Family Readiness Center.
It's our honor to serve you. Offered only to active-duty military personnel, veterans, and select borrowers meeting Veteran’s Administration qualifications, VA Loans are the US Government’s way of saying thank you for your service. Learn more >
Travis Credit Union teaches a basic investing class once a month and a retirement investing class once a quarter at the request of the Airmen and Family Readiness Center.
TCU teaches investing for retirement and money management as part of the TAFB’s mandatory Transition Assistance Program.
BALANCE Financial Fitness
BALANCE is a free professional and anonymous financial counseling program provided to Travis Credit Union members. Members can learn about credit reports and credit history, personal money management practices and more. Call (888) 456-2227 or visit the BALANCE Financial Fitness website.
Smart Money Matters newsletter
Our member newsletter is published quarterly with information on personal finances, online security, seminars, credit history and more.
Smart Money Matters
Travis Regional Armed Forces Committee
This organization is comprised of area business and political leaders dedicated to the success of Travis Air Force Base. The credit union is proud to be a part of this effort.
Gift Cards for quarterly and annual award winners
Each year, Travis Credit Union provides more than 160 gift cards to winners across the TAFB and in three Air Force wings, two Navy tenant units and an Army tenant unit. Quarterly and annual winners receive the award, resulting in an annual contribution of more than $16,000.00 from Travis Credit Union directly to our men and women in uniform.
Enlisted Spouse's Club
TCU contributes annually to assist the Enlisted Spouses Group and their many worthy causes, including family support for our military members and on-base youth activities.
Officer's Spouse's Club
TCU contributes annually to the Officer's Spouse's Club to support their many charitable activities.
Kids Understanding Deployment is an annual program provided by the 60th Air Mobility Wing, with support from Travis Credit Union and other base agencies. This event allows children to experience a mock deployment so they can gain a better understanding of what their parents go through while away.