Peoples Advantage Federal Credit Union is passionate about working with our local communities. We partner with businesses in our area to offer top notch financial services that best fit you! See how we are making a difference in our community by downloading our Impact Report.

Become a Partner

Partnership comes in all sorts of levels and requires little to no work for you! Contact the credit union and we will discuss a partnership that best fits the needs of your business.

Community partners


Since 1966, CCCSMD has guided thousands of people just like you on the journey to financial freedom. Oddly enough, PAFCU also originated in 1966 with the same mission!

CCCSMD, like PAFCU, believes in people over profits. This company offers budget counseling, debt management, educational seminars, housing counseling, mortgage delinquency and foreclosure prevention counseling and reverse mortgage counseling services.

Chesterfield Workforce

Chesterfield Workforce assists with employment opportunities, resume building, and career development. There is no fee to participate.

Crater Regional Workforce Center

Crater Regional Workforce assists with employment opportunities, resume building, and career development. There is no fee to participate.


Pathways is a private, non-profit, 501(c)3 community development corporation working to rebuild and strengthen Petersburg, VA and the surrounding counties. Pathways addresses the needs of our changing world and equips youth and adults with the necessary skills and credentials for today's labor market. One of Pathways' goals is to foster development that leads to the health of a neighborhood and its residents as well as relationships between persons and their environment. These efforts provide the foundation for all they do.

The James House

James House is the only accredited nonprofit organization helping people affected by sexual violence, domestic violence, and stalking in the Tri-Cities area. PAFCU will be selling 50/50 raffle tickets to benefit the James House. Winners will be announced at the annual “Hogs for the House” event on September 14th, 2019. For more information, visit James House online.

Petersburg Area Transit

Petersburg Area Transit (PAT) is committed to improving the riding experience and availability of public transportation in the Southside region for local residents, businesses and visitors of Petersburg, Hopewell, Colonial Heights and the surrounding counties.

PAT tickets are sold at the Petersburg PAFCU branch anytime during business hours. Day passes are $3.50. For more information, please visit PAT online.

The Petersburg Home

For more than three generations, The Petersburg Home for Ladies has been the preferred residential and assisted living facility for older women living in Petersburg, Hopewell, and Colonial Heights as well as the surrounding counties of Dinwiddie, Prince George, Chesterfield, and beyond. PAFCU partners with PHL in providing banking services and financial education for staff and residents.

Virginia Bloood Services

VBS holds nearly 2,700 blood drives every year and has nine donor centers throughout the state including two in Richmond and others throughout Charlottesville, Chester, Glen Allen, Waynesboro, and Harrisonburg. It takes more than 400 donations every day to meet the needs of patients in Charlottesville, Emporia, Farmville, Fishersville, Harrisonburg, Richmond, South Hill, the Staunton/Waynesboro area, Roanoke/New River Valley, Northern Shenandoah Valley area and parts of West Virginia and Washington DC.

City of Petersburg

City of Petersburg, Virginia

The City of Petersburg is a city full of rich history and an everchanging culture with endless potential for economic development. Petersburg is a vibrant, welcoming, and engaged community for all. They value citizen/customer focus, competent and responsible staff, open and honest communications, fiscally sound and sustainable operations, and an understanding of and respect for the Council/ Manager Form of government.

Metropolitan Business League

Metropolitan Business League

A non-profit, membership-based business association that creates business connections in Central Virginia. For over 53 years they have fostered business development and expansion for small, women- and minority-owned businesses. They make every effort to fully understand each enterprise and the factors critical to its long-term success.

VSU Center for Entrepreneurship

VSU Center for Entrepreneurship

The VSU Center for Entrepreneurship provides high-quality entrepreneurship education and services that spur innovation and small business opportunity among diverse groups. They have a specific emphasis on assisting the Central & Eastern Virginia regions' large minority, veteran, and student populations with launching and operating successful, socially responsible ventures that lead to economic growth for the regions we serve.