Temporary Changes to Branch Availability

All branches are closed Thursday, November 26, 2020, in observance of Thanksgiving Day. 

Click here to see temporary changes to branch availability at our Bedford, Cambridge (Mt. Auburn Hospital), Concord, Dorchester (South Bay Center), JFK, McCormack, MITRE Bedford, MITRE McLean (Virginia), Moakley, Natick, and O'Neill branches.

COVID-19 Member Update

Branch Availability 

Please find current branch availability and announcements below. We are excited to welcome you back!  

Branches on Reduced Schedule

  • The Concord, JFK, McCormack, MITRE Bedford, MITRE McLean, Natick, and Cambridge (Mt. Auburn Hospital) branches are closed Friday, November 27. 
  • Our Bedford and Dorchester South Bay branches have temporarily suspended Sunday hours.
  • The John Joseph Moakley building branch in Boston is open regular hours on Mondays and Wednesdays only.
  • Our O'Neill and McCormack branches are not open to the public. The building is open only to government employees with appropriate ID.

Please note:

  • To protect the safety of our members and employees, we are requiring face masks while conducting business with us.
  • Some of our open branches are located in buildings that are not currently open to the public during the pandemic. We recommend that you call ahead to verify public access into the branch you are planning to visit.

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.  

Remote Access

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.

How can I deposit a check with my phone? Watch how it works.

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Financial First Aid

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.

Download our free Financial First Aid Guide

Upcoming Webinars and Resources

  • Free financial education webinars. Learn more about these one-hour programs and register at hfcu.org/events.