On Friday, July 3, the following branches will be closed in observance of Independence Day: Concord, Natick, O'Neill, JFK, McCormack, Barnes, Coast Guard, and Moakley. All branch locations will be closed on Saturday, July 4, 2020. Our Concord branch will also be closed on Monday, July 6.
Thank you for your patience during the recent state of emergency. All Hanscom FCU branches are open. Please find current branch availability and announcements below, including information about our financial assistance programs. We are pleased to have helped thousands of members through the recent months of the pandemic, and we are excited to welcome you back!
Hanscom FCU is no longer accepting applications for the Paycheck Protection Program. We are pleased to have funded over $10 million in lending to small business owners through the recent months of the coronavirus shutdown.
Hanscom FCU has instituted a 3-month mortgage forbearance program for its first mortgage and second mortgage/home equity line of credit (HELOC) holders to help qualified members who are suffering financial hardships because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more.
If you have a first mortgage with Hanscom FCU and you're experiencing financial hardship, please call our collections department at 866-746-0073
If you have a second mortgage/home equity line of credit (Home Equity 3-in-1 Advantage Plan) with Hanscom FCU and are experiencing financial hardship, please click here to start the process.
As a member, you can check balances, pay bills, deposit checks, view your payment history, and pending items, find ATM locations, and transfer money 24/7. Get started with Online Access HD and the Hanscom FCU mobile app, and find out how easy it is to take charge of your money without leaving home.
The Financial First Aid Guide will walk you through the best ways to manage your money during an unexpected financial setback. Our guide features information on how to reassess your situation, including taking inventory and reviewing all your expenses, assessing your debts, prioritizing bills and communicating with creditors. Walk through the steps of this guide to help make an uncertain time more stable.