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  • August 11

    2022 Midyear check-in

    A few weeks ago the entire Nutmeg State team gathered at our corporate offices for a much needed get together. We held our midyear Board Meeting along with a Summer Social to review our work, discuss what’s next, and celebrate our accomplishments. I’m delighted to share some of the highlights... Read more » Continue reading about 2022 Midyear check-in

  • June 16

    All Are Welcome

    Each June marks Pride month – a time to celebrate the incredible progress the LGBTQ+ community has made over the past 53 years in pursuit of dignity, equality, and acceptance. Continue reading about All Are Welcome

  • March 3

    Mission Launch

    Like all of you, our Nutmeg State team has spent the last two years reflecting on important questions of who we are, what matters most to us, and where we are headed. During our own self-discovery process we crafted a “values statement” expressing our shared beliefs and to serve as a framework for our decision making in a post-covid world. Continue reading about Mission Launch

  • January 5

    2021 Year in Review

    Annual Message to our Members As a not-for profit financial cooperative, Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union (Nutmeg) is owned by our members. We were founded in 1936 on the concept of people helping people and efforts to deliver on this philosophy also extend to the communities where our members live... Read more » Continue reading about 2021 Year in Review

  • December 7

    What is your Money Story?

    Storytelling is central to our existence. The human brain searches for patterns in information and once detected, forms a story around them. These stories are how we make sense of our experiences and how we share them with others. Our money story is the narrative we create around the beliefs, patterns, and... Read more » Continue reading about What is your Money Story?

  • May 26

    Going green can also save you some green

    Spending extended time at home over the last year served as inspiration to make design updates at the place that was now home, work, school, and vacation. Home renovation projects may vary in size and I imagine you, or someone you know, may be exploring more sustainable, environmentally friendly solutions to make your house more energy efficient and also reduce energy costs. There are many eco-friendly options that can help you save some money, promote healthy living for your family, and preserve the planet’s resources. And Nutmeg State FCU is here to help. Continue reading about Going green can also save you some green