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We're With You

At WyHy, we look at managing finances differently. As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, our members own us and in turn, we are always looking for ways to go above and beyond to help our member owners achieve their dreams, no matter how big or small. But the one major thing that sets us apart is our core value of advocacy.

Our “We’re with you” tagline is more than just three simple words – it encompasses the principles we live by to serve our members, and the community. Every day we show our members how we’re with them by helping them budget better so they can save more, get out of debt quicker and afford their goals. We are also there for the great people of Wyoming by giving back.

Each year, WyHy and our staff sponsor, donate and spend volunteer time and money by participating in events that support causes such as the Boys and Girls Club, Jason’s Friends Foundation, the Pink Ribbon Run and much more. We're also proud to be a pacesetter employer every year.

We believe in the “paying it forward” philosophy and work every day to be financial advocates for our members and community advocates for the state at large.

So if you’re looking for a banking relationship that can provide you with all the products and services you need, but is also a place you can actually have a strong relationship with and in turn your business mean something to others, then keep learning about us by surfing through our website, give us a call, send us an email, or stop by one of our branch locations. We’d love to get to know you and show you how we can be there for you, just like we’ve been there for so many others for over 60 years.

We’re WyHy – We’re With You – We’re Wyoming

Each year, WyHy recognizes four outstanding student members who demonstrate academic excellence and show a commitment to their communities via extracurricular activities and achievements.

To be eligible for one of two (2) $2,000 and (2) $1,000 one time scholarships for the 2024-2025 school year, applicants must:

  • Be a member with a share savings account as a primary or joint owner for at least a year.
  • Be registered, or planning to register, as a full time student in a U.S. accredited undergraduate college, university, or technical school.
  • Not be an employee or relative of an employee. Volunteers and relatives of Volunteers are also not eligible.
  • Fill out scholarship application.

Completed application form, together with a transcript of high school or college grades (whichever is most current), most recent ACT scores, and a list of extracurricular activities and achievements may be submitted via mail to:

WyHy Federal Credit Union
Scholarship Committee
P.O. Box 20050
Cheyenne, WY 82003

or emailed to Marketing@WyHy.org

If emailing application, be sure to include all attachements with the email and application. 

Applications may also be dropped off at one of our branches.

Applications and required documentation must be received by the Scholarship Chairman by May 31st of each year or they will not be considered.

Printable Scholarship Application

At WyHy, we pride ourselves on giving back to the communities we serve, as well as to those in need. If you have a donation or sponsorship request you would like us to consider, please complete the form below, taking care to attach any supporting documentation. On the last working day of each month, our team will review submitted requests, then follow-up with the organization or person as to the status. We aim to respond to all requests within a week of their review.

If you have questions regarding the request or how we consider them, please email us at marketing@wyhy.org.

Your Money. Your Identity. Your Protection.

At WyHy, we're always looking out for you, our members—your financial well-being, as well as your financial and personal safety. So this page is meant as a resource for you to visit from time-to-time to learn about current scams and other security situations surrounding your financial information, as well as how WyHy plays a role in your protection.

To start off, we want to share a few points with you from our end of protecting your safety, and suggestions to help you do so as well.

  • WyHy will never sell or share your information with any unnecessary third party companies or vendors
  • We will never ask you for highly sensitive information such as your Social Security Number, account numbers, etc. via email or any other non-secure virtual means
    • If you receive communication via these channels asking you for this type of information, it's most likely spam and we ask you to contact us directly as soon as possible
  • When you are reaching out to us via email or any other non-secure virtual means, please do not share highly sensitive information such as your Social Security Number, account numbers, etc.
    • You may share with us your phone number, address, etc. if you are certain you are communicating with us directly, but we suggest not listing or sharing any personal information if you are looking to communicate with us via non-secure virtual means. We will directly contact you should we need this kind of information from you.
    • To report any suspected fraud or to notify us before traveling to avoid blocked transactions, please click here to contact us
  • Cyber Security Tips
    • Avoid unkown links and attachments - Be very careful of websites, ads, and emails promoting free or discounted prices, and make sure to not click on any links or attachments you don’t trust
    • Check for https - When making online purchases, be sure the website is using the “https” protocol to confirm your information is secure
    • Update Software - Keep all of your anti-virus software, browsers, and plug-ins up to date
    • Watch out for WiFi - Be wary of the wireless networks you connect to while traveling. Connecting to a compromised network can lead to theft of your credentials and other personal information.
    • Password Protect Devices - Be sure to secure mobile devices with a PIN or password. Devices left un-attended and without a password are easy targets for criminals.
  • At ATMS
    • Be aware of your surroundings
    • If it looks like someone has tampered with the equipment, don’t use it
    • If a suspicious person offers to help you use the ATM, refuse and leave
    • Put your money and ATM card away before you leave the ATM
    • Always avoid showing your cash and always verify that the amount you withdrew or deposited matches the amount printed on your receipt
    • Shred or destroy your ATM receipts before you throw them away
  • For Debit, ATM and Credit Cards
    • Report lost or stolen cards immediately
    • Sign your card on the signature panel as soon as you receive it
    • Don’t leave your credit cards in your car’s glove compartment as a high percentage of credit card thefts are from car glove compartments
    • Keep your cards away from things with magnets, which can erase the information stored on the card’s magnetic strip
  • PIN Safety
    • Never write down your personal identification number (PIN), especially on the back of your card — instead memorize it
    • Don’t write down your account number and PIN and carry it with you because if your wallet or purse is stolen, someone else could have access to your money
    • Never tell anyone your PIN
    • No one from WyHy, the police or a merchant should ask for your PIN
    • When selecting a PIN, avoid picking a number that is easy for others to guess — for example, your name, telephone number, date of birth, or any simple combination of these
    • When typing in your PIN at the ATM or when making a point-of-sale purchase, cover the number pad so no one near you can see your PIN
  • ID Theft & Fraud
    • WyHy is here to help our members protect their personal information by providing information on the most recent ID Theft and Fraud issues and security breeches locally and nationally, as well as tips to keeping you safe online and out there in the world. Read and click on the following section about the NCUA Fraud Prevention Center. But at any time you need to report any suspected fraud or to notify us before traveling to avoid blocked transactions, please click here to contact us. We also have this great resource that can help you report and recover from identity theft.
    • In the aftermath of any incident where fraud has taken place, scammers will often prey on individuals even further. Verify phone calls and watch out for phishing emails.
    • Also, review your credit score annually for free and with no impact to your credit score by visiting https://www.annualcreditreport.com/

NCUA Fraud Prevention Center
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) now provides a wonderful resource for credit union members covering a variety of frauds and scams, identity theft and online security information and protection measures. Click here to surf around this informative and very helpful personal and financial protection tool.

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