We are concerned about members of the CODE Credit Union family who were affected by the storms that hit the Miami Valley on Memorial Day. If you and your family were impacted, CODE wants to help you get back on your feet. We have a variety of disaster relief assistance programs available. Let us know how we can help. #DAYTONSTRONG

Tornado Relief Personal Loan

  • Loan amounts up to $2,500*
  • 0% APR*
  • Terms up to 18 months

Tornado Relief Home Equity Loan

  • Loan amounts up to $100,000*
  • Terms up to 15 years – closed end, fixed rate
  • Rates as low as 4.24% APR**
  • No closing costs
  • Payments can be deferred up to 90 days

Tornado Relief Auto Loan

  • Terms up to 84 months – closed end, fixed rate
  • Rates as low as 3.69% APR**
  • Payments can be deferred up to 90 days

Early Certificate of Deposit Withdrawal

CODE will also waive share certificate early withdrawal penalties for members impacted by the storms who find themselves in a temporary hardship.

Line-of-Credit or Visa Credit Card Limit Increases

We may be able to increase the credit limit on your existing CODE Credit Union line of credit or Visa Credit Card.

*All disaster relief programs are subject to loan approval guidelines. In addition, applicants for all disaster relief programs must provide proof of loss and purpose of funds. Members must show proof of impact and ability to repay. Members must also be in good standing. **4.24% APR is based on credit qualifications and is subject to change without notice.

Other efforts by CODE Credit Union to support those affected by the storms on Memorial Day.

  • All CODE Credit Union offices are accepting donations which will be contributed to The Greater Dayton Disaster Relief Fund.
  • CODE is donating $1,500 from our Casual For A Cause fund. These funds are raised by employees contributing $5 to wear jeans on Fridays. We are working with Montgomery County to determine how to best allocate these funds.
  • CODE is working with AFSCME/AFLCIO to identify and help families with children who were displaced by the storms.