OnPoint opening more Fred Meyer branches in Beaverton, Portland
Two Fred Meyer locations in Northeast Portland — namely the Hollywood store and another at 6615 N.E. Glisan St. — will welcome OnPoint branches by the end of the month. Two more in Beaverton — the store at Beaverton Town Square and the store at 15995 S.W. Walker Road — will add OnPoint services in early May.
The four new branches are part of an expansion that OnPoint says will include 20 new locations at Fred Meyer this year alone.
OnPoint previously announced new Fred Meyer branches in Cornelius and Hillsboro last month. The credit union is also set to expand into Columbia County for the first time by opening a branch inside the Scappoose Fred Meyer.
Upcoming openings include:
• Wednesday, April 28 — 3030 N.E. Weidler St., Portland
• Friday, April 30 — 6615 N.E. Glisan St., Portland
• Wednesday, May 5 — 15995 S.W. Walker Road, Beaverton
• Friday, May 7 — 11425 S.W. Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy., Beaverton
OnPoint said it will donate $2,500 to the following organizations to celebrate each opening, respectively:
• African American Alliance for Homeownership, a nonprofit that assists Black and other underserved individuals in the homebuying process.
• The Sunshine Division, a nonprofit that partners with the Portland Police Bureau to collect and distribute food and clothing for people in need.
• Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals, a nonprofit that rescues animals from high-kill shelters and works to adopt them into loving families in Oregon.
• The Beaverton Library Foundation, a foundation that supports activities and programming at the Beaverton City Library and offers an annual college scholarship.
OnPoint Community Credit Union operates in Oregon and Southwest Washington. It is one of several credit unions serving the area.
These four new branches will bring OnPoint up to 44 total locations, with plans to open 12 more in the coming months.
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