Diamond Valley Branch Lobbies To Close March 20th, 2020; Drive Ups To Remain Open

DVFCU Lobbies To Close Effective March 20th, 2020; Drive Thrus To Remain Open

Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union has supported and cared for our community for 59 years, and remains prepared and committed to continue essential services during these challenging times.

As of this writing the states of Illinois, Kentucky

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Our Focus Is On You: COVID 19 Preparedness

Our Focus Is On You - COVID 19 Prepardness

A Message to Our Members

Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union is financially strong and is well positioned to assist members at this difficult time.

As our community, state, nation and world face the challenges, uncertainty and fear of combating the spread of the COVID-19 virus I want to take a moment to

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How to Celebrate Thanksgiving During COVID-19

It’s turkey season! But this year, due to the COVID-19 environment we’re experiencing, the holiday festivities will look a bit different than before. With some precautionary measures and careful planning, though, you can celebrate Thanksgiving in the era of the coronavirus without compromising on your health or safety. Here’s how:

Planning a Thanksgiving dinner

If you plan on hosting an in-person

How do I Apply for Disaster Relief During COVID-19?

How do I Apply for Disaster Relief During COVID-19?

Q: My home and possessions have sustained considerable damage from a recent natural disaster. What do I need to know about applying for disaster relief during a pandemic?

A: Recovering from a natural disaster like a wildfire or a hurricane is

Can Halloween be Celebrated Safely This Year?

Can Halloween be Celebrated Safely This Year?


Q: With COVID-19 still disrupting all kinds of plans, I’m wondering about Halloween celebrations this year. Is there any way to safely celebrate Halloween in 2020?


A: How to safely celebrate this year is a question that’s frightening Halloween lovers all over

All You Need to Know About Selling Your Home During COVID-19.

All You Need to Know About Selling Your Home During COVID-19.

Selling a home is a move people generally plan years in advance, and 2020 was no different. For many homeowners, the hot real estate market of spring and summer of 2020 was going to be the season they put their homes up for sale. And then came the coronavirus — and the world

The Back to School Guide for These Unconventional Times

The Back to School Guide for These Unconventional Times

Back-to-school season is traditionally marked by a run on discounted pencils, overcrowded malls and lots of nail-biting nerves about new teachers. But this year, the back-to-school season is entirely different. Forget the crowds and a race to find the hottest-selling backpack. This year, it

COVID-19 is Causing A Coin Shortage

COVID-19 is Causing A Coin Shortage

The COVID-19 Global pandemic caused an initial panic leaving store shelves empty of face masks and toilet paper. Hand sanitizer, cleaning supplies, paper towels and meat followed quickly in what was fast becoming routine for life during COVID-19. And now, the latest commodity to run in short supply is coins.


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All You Need to Know About Student Loan Changes During COVID-19

All You Need to Know About Student Loan Changes During COVID-19

With unemployment levels rising and many employers cutting work hours, lots of college grads are now struggling to meet their student loan payments. Thankfully, the federal government has passed legislation to ease this burden. Unfortunately, though, many

5 Ways to Boost Your Immunity During the Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Ways to Boost Your Immunity During the Coronavirus Pandemic
5 Ways to Boost Your Immunity During the Coronavirus Pandemic
1. Reduce stress 

Stress hormones strain the immune system so it can’t do its best at protecting us from those nasty bacteria, says Dr. Tammy Born of the Born Clinic, Grand Rapids, Mich.

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