Verity Credit Union is about serving the communities our members live, work and play in.
4505 California Avenue SW
Seattle, WA 98116
See a map and hours in our Locations & Hours page
In January 2019, Verity staff completed
231.75 community engagement hours
Verity Partners and Sponsorships
On Thursday, February 28, we are hosting a FREE home buyer seminar at our West Seattle location. Whether you are looking for general home buying tips or have specific questions about the process, this seminar is for you! Register at veritycu.com/seminars
Have personal finance questions? Get answers from our own financial coach, Charnell Morud. No need to sign up -- just stop by for an informal discussion. First come, first served.
All state parks in Washington will be free to enter on Tuesday, March 19 to celebrate the 106th birthday of Washington State Parks. Visit parks.state.wa.us for a full list of parks, which you can sort by region.
Enjoy four full days of the best food and wine Washington state has to offer. Starting Thursday, March 28, experience tastings, farm tours, presentations and more at locations around Seattle.
On March 30, lace up your athletic shoes for the White Center Annual 5k Walk or Run. This event is great for families and dogs on leashes are welcome to attend. Promote healthy lifestyles and the diverse culture of White Center at this event. Plus, proceeds will benefit local non-profits that empower the community.
The West Seattle Art Walk is held from 5:00 p.m. to late on the second Thursday of each month. Spend the evening strolling through West Seattle, stopping at local merchants to see local art and enjoying discounted food and beverages at participating businesses.
Every Sunday, the West Seattle Farmers Market takes place in the heart of The Junction in West Seattle. Vendors offer a variety of seasonal produce, meat, dairy, jams, sauces and other artisan foods.
Many museums in the Seattle area offer free entry on the first Thursday of each month including the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) and the Seattle Art Museum.