Cobalt Credit Union In The Community

Caring about our community is a part of our credit union culture.

Volunteers helping their local community

At Cobalt Credit Union, we know that our members make us who we are and we are active in the ongoing development of our community. We demonstrate our giving spirit in many ways, including community projects, financial education, corporate sponsorships, and employee volunteerism. We’re committed to giving back. 


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Community Events

Look for Cobalt Credit Union at these community events:

  • Ralston Independence Day Parade July 4, 1:00pm
  • Fremont Days Parade July 10, All Day
  • Gretna Days Parade July 30, 10:30am
  • Arrows to Aerospace Parade August 20, 10:00am


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CU Giving Back

Dan Gives Back To Habitat For Humanity Omaha

At Cobalt, we love recognizing the many ways our employees give back to the communities we serve. Our CU Giving Back article this first quarter of 2022 shares Dan’s volunteer work with Habitat for Humanity of Omaha.

Habitat for Humanity of Omaha’s purpose is building new houses and renovating existing houses to provide families quality, affordable homes in the Omaha metropolitan area. Habitat Omaha also operates two retail store locations, called Habitat ReStore, which sells household items at low prices. The net proceeds from store sales are given back to support the purpose of the organization. In addition, Habitat Omaha offers home improvement and repair programs along with being involved in the demolition of blighted homes in distressed areas of the community.

Dan’s work with Habitat began in 2015 when he was on the board of directors for the then Habitat for Humanity of Sarpy County, an affiliate that helped a few families each year. In 2020, the affiliate merged with Habitat Omaha to combine their efforts in giving more families the ability to have access to affordable housing in the greater Omaha area. Everyone at Habitat, from employees to volunteers, are passionate about this mission, which motivates Dan to continue serving.

A notable project Dan was involved with for Habitat was the merger of the Sarpy affiliate with Omaha. While there were many details to work out, it became clear that the change would be advantageous and could help more than a few families in Sarpy County as it previously had been able to help. Being able to utilize Habitat Omaha’s resources resulted in more families in Sarpy County getting homes.

Through Dan’s service on the board, he has seen firsthand how Habitat Omaha is a well-run organization. Dan is especially proud of their progress in building its first few subdivision developments, one in Omaha and one in Bellevue. Each will be able to provide around 80 homes for families. Habitat Omaha has several volunteer opportunities for people with all different skillsets. From building houses to planning events to fundraising, there is something for anyone interested in giving back. Visit for more information.

Read more stories about Cobalt employees giving back to our communities:

Dan Gives Back To Habitat For Humanity Of Omaha

Mandi Gives Back To Alzheimer's Association

Wendy Gives Back To Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands

Sam Gives Back To Heartland Pride

Breanna Gives Back To TeamMates

Ramona Gives Back To Morning Star Baptist Church Food Market

Ryann Gives Back to Open Door Mission

Ashley Gives Back to American Cancer Society - Relay For Life

Amy Gives Back to Catholic Charities Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Program

Kristin Gives Back to Oakland Community Food Pantry


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