At Verity, we believe promoting strong and viable communities is one of the most important things we can do–in fact, it’s part of our mission.

But, we can’t (and don’t want to) do it alone. So, we’re doubling down on that part of our mission and have created special accounts for nonprofit organizations, so that we can support the people and organizations doing the hard work to help our communities be strong and viable.

We are currently offering special rates on Certificates of Deposit and Money Market accounts for 501(c)(3) organizations.

Community-Impact Certificate of Deposit

24 months — 2.50% APY*
12 months — 2.30% APY

Community-Impact Money Market

$0 – $9,999 — 0.05% APY
$10,000 – $49,999 — 0.10% APY
$50,000 – $99,999 — 0.60% APY
$100,000 – $249,999 — 0.65% APY
$250,000+ — 0.70% APY

Please note that these are business accounts and must be opened in person at a branch. Learn more at

And watch in coming months for even more accounts tailored for nonprofit organizations and their employees.

Come see how Verity is redefining banking and putting the values of you and the community first.


*APY = Annual Percentage Yield. Rates accurate as of 11/1/18. Visit for full details and restrictions.

Kira Cox

Hi, I’m Kira. I joined Verity in early 2012 after a seven-year stint as a newspaper reporter. While I never thought my career path would veer off in this direction, I am loving my time at Verity. I recently moved from being a member services representative at the Alderwood Branch to being the marketing coordinator for the credit union.

I’m originally from Texas, but I have lived all over the country and the world, including Boston, Massachusetts, Anchorage, Alaska and Sydney, Australia. But in all my travels, the Pacific Northwest is the only place that has felt like home.

When not at work, I am usually home with playing with my son, husband, dog and three cats. During the rare times I don’t have a to-do list to plow through (and it’s not raining too hard), I can be found digging in the vegetable garden, training for a half-marathon, or grilling in the backyard.

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