As most of our branches are in areas where in-person operations have been suspended, credit unions have been identified as a critical service. We are here for you during this time, and we will always put the safety and well-being of our members, employees, and families first. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work together to help keep our communities safe and healthy.
While PARDA remains open during stay-at-home executive orders, we have made temporary service adjustments at our branches to protect the health and well-being of our members and employees.
At this time, our branches are operating as following:
Holland, Michigan (24th Street) – Open - limited to 8 members at a time inside the branch
Holland, Michigan (Felch Street) – Open - limited to 15 members at a time inside the branch
Greenwood, South Carolina – Open
Ypsilanti, Michigan – Open - limited to 4 members at a time inside the branch
Eastpointe, Michigan – Open - limited to 3 members at a time inside the branch
Rockford, Illinois – Open - limited to 2 members at a time inside the branch
Lititz, Pennsylvania – Open - limited to 2 members at a time inside the branch
By contacting our Member Solution Center at 1.800.860.5640 or via online chat:
PARDA provides 24/7 digital access to your accounts from anywhere.
Access your account from any web browser with Online Banking to:
Download our mobile app to:
Log in into the PARDA Mobile Banking App and select Deposit from the menu to deposit your checks through your mobile device.
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Ways to access cash using your debit card:
One thing you don't have to worry about right now is if your money is safe. PARDA is an NCUA federally insured credit union – so your funds are insured up to $250,000 by the NCUA. You will have access to your funds through this entire public health situation, and we will continue to work with you to make sure you have everything you need.
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