Our Community

Brewer FCU takes great pride in our community involvement and support. We are an active participant in the Maine Credit Unions’ Ending Hunger Campaign. Thanks to the generosity of our members, each year we host many successful events and activities that benefit the Ending Hunger Campaign and local food cupboards.

4th Annual Disc Golf Tournament to End Hunger June 17, 2018 - Brewer Federal Credit Union will be holding its 4th annual DISC GOLF TOURNAMENT AT DR DISC GOLF in Orrington, ME on Sunday August 12th, 2018. Registration will be from 8:00 A.M. to 8:45 A.M. Play will begin at 9:00 A.M. Brewer Federal Credit Union will provide pizza and drinks after the tournament. All proceeds from Read More
Bangor Chapter of Credit Unions Supports Childrens’ Miracle Network June 6, 2018 - The annual Credit Union for Kids Dinner & Auction was held on May 24th.  Hosted annually by the Bangor Chapter of Credit Unions, this event supports EMHS Children's Miracle Network.  Together with the $10,000 Miracle Match, more than $37,000 was raised this year. Special thanks to the committee who spent countless hours organizing the very Read More
Maine Credit Union League with giant check Maine’s Credit Unions Raised $740,027 in 2017 to Help End Hunger in Maine May 14, 2018 - Brewer Federal Credit Union is proud to be part of the Maine Credit Unions' Ending Hunger Campaign.  Representatives of Maine’s credit unions gathered in South Portland on Tuesday, February 6th to celebrate a record $740,027 raised in 2017 to help end hunger in Maine. Last year’s campaign brings the total raised in 28 years to more Read More
Snow pile outside the Main Street branch. Snow Bank Melting to Benefit Ending Hunger May 14, 2018 - Brewer Federal Credit Union held a contest this spring at its North Main Street location. Members were offered an opportunity to take a guess when the gigantic snow pile would melt at $1 per guess. All proceeds benefited the Maine Credit Unions' Ending Hunger Campaign. The winner received a $50 Visa gift card, and donated it back to Read More