It all started with a cigar box…
Solidarity was started in 1954 by Delco Electronics employees pooling their funds together to help a co-worker purchase a car. They did this by placing a quarter a week in a cigar box until they had enough saved to buy the car. Thus, they started a not-for-profit
cooperative called a "credit union". There are no stockholders-the members own the credit union.
Solidarity is a financial cooperative that requires membership. You may join Solidarity if you are a family member of an existing Solidarity member, live, work, worship, attend school, or volunteer in:
- Howard County (includes Kokomo, Indiana)
- Tipton County (includes Tipton, Indiana)
- Peru, Indiana & Grissom AFB & Metroplex - selected areas (see map)
- Logansport, Indiana - selected areas (see map)
As a member-owned financial institution, we provide members with safe, convenient, and up-to-date ways to save and obtain loans at reasonable rates. Our all-volunteer Board of Directors is elected by and upholds the financial values of Solidarity's membership.