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Annual Member Meeting

Thursday May 27th at 6:00pm


Although we are re-opening and adapting to the changing environment, the health and safety of our members and employees are still our top priorities. As much as we love seeing and hearing from our members in-person, we have chosen to meet virtually to comply with the current New York State capacity orders of limiting in-person gatherings and adhere to social distancing guidelines.


This allows our organization to provide you with an overview of the financial state of the credit union and provide important updates via your mobile device or computer.


Registration is required to attend and limited virtual spots are available. Registration will close at 5 p.m. on May 20th, so please register early.


Those registered, will receive an email on May 25th from us with instructions and details about attending the meeting.

We encourage you to join us on May 27th to review the state of the credit union. Thank you for your understanding and patience throughout this crisis.


If you have any questions regarding this virtual event, please feel free to reach out by phone at 845-561-5607.




Please fill out the form below to register for the member meeting:



Heritage Financial Credit Union's 81st Annual Meeting

Please complete the form below to register for our 81st Annual Meeting on May 27th at 6:00 p.m. You will receive an email from HFCU on May 25th with instructions and details on attending the meeting.

FAQs

Q: After I register, what do I do?

             A: Look out for an email sent to you about the virtual meeting on May 25th. This will provide you with instructions on how to attend the meeting and the meeting ID. 


Q: The state is reopened, why can’t we meet in person?

            A: We are always thinking about the health and safety of our employees and members. This was the best course of action to help reduce any potential spread of COVID-19 while still hosting this important meeting.


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