Our current situation is changing every day.

And one of the important things people need right now is a sense of
togetherness and support.

This isn’t just business, this is life.
We want to spend our time, energy and money doing meaningful things that
make a difference for the people and places we care about.

 

Work hard, have fun and win for our members!

 

 

 

 

 


 

We’re working hard to help the community

Many nonprofits are in need during these challenging times. Adam Cordell, seen here after finishing his "Cheyenne" marathon, raised $54,327 for Food Bank of the Rockies with matching funds from Blue. Congratulations and thank you Adam, you are a local superhero!

 

Blue Federal Credit Union and the Blue Foundation are living their philosophy of “Doing Good” by committing $200k in funds to help local nonprofits in need during COVID-19.

Learn more

 

People helping people

 


 

 

Community is extremely important to us and Blue is reaching out

One’s mindset during this crisis is everything.
Our perspective is the most powerful thing we can control in a situation that is beyond our control.

That’s why we want to be a source of support to our community
rooted in connection, guidance, and unity.

It’s about being tied to our communities and knowing what’s going on with YOU.

 

 


  • Several of Blue's staff members recently volunteered to fill over 700 care packages that were delivered to local health care professionals and first responders in Wyoming and Colorado. We can’t thank these wonderful individuals enough for all the hard work they are doing. We are so proud of our communities for sticking together during these challenging times.

Just wanted to say a huge THANK YOU to your staff for putting together the care packages for the employees at CRMC. They were so well put together and so thoughtful. Your support helps us continue to give patients our best

I just wanted to say thank you for the bag of goodies you prepared for frontline health care staff. It was a bright spot at the end of a long day!

— UC Health Nurse