In the early days of the credit union movement, credit union employees were not allowed to join the credit union at which they worked. This meant the people who most believed in the credit union philosophy were unable to take advantage of the benefits the credit union offered. In 1936, this situation changed with the chartering of Kansas Federal Credit Union, whose field of membership included any employee/volunteer of a credit union or credit union association and members of their families.
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