Financial Institutions

A list of organizations that help fund VIDA programs.

Bank of the Cascades


“Our partnership with CASA of Oregon makes perfect sense. Helping people buy homes, build small businesses and obtain financial success is what Bank of the Cascades is all about.

Since 2008, we've seen a remarkable increase in savings from our customers who are part of the CASA IDA program. We are proud to be part of this important effort to help hard-working people gain financial independence.”


Bank of the West


Bank of the West is a financially strong, well-capitalized and prudently managed FDIC-insured bank that customers have entrusted with their money for over 135 years. Through holding company BancWest Corporation, the bank is a subsidiary of BNP Paribas, one of the six highest rated banks in the world. Our bank's stability and development have been sustained through a strong focus on sound, conservative banking practices and a superior level of customer service. Bank of the West employs a business model that lets the bank make service-focused decisions-about credit, products and other aspects of its operations-as quickly, consistently and as close to the customer as possible. The bank operates distinct units to provide a range of superior services-Commercial Banking, Regional Banking, National Finance and Wealth Management.


Beneficial State Bank


Beneficial State Bank offers a full line of traditional banking services, but with a distinct focus on the traditionally underserved: low-income communities, sustainable businesses and job creation. And we look for ways to help non-profit organizations and businesses that typically find conventional financing out-of-reach, such as specialty agriculture, renewable energy, green building and low-income housing. We sum up this philosophy in the phrase “Beneficial Banking.” Beneficial State offers VIDA Savers a primarily on-line platform for banking.


Columbia Bank


Columbia Bank is a Northwest community bank dedicated to our customers, our communities and our employees. We place the highest priority on customer service and strive to make a positive contribution in each community we serve by employing people who truly make a difference to our customers and communities. We consider it a privilege to be able to support the good work and events that take place throughout our communities. We appreciate the opportunity to serve the greater good alongside our customers, employees and the involved citizens of each community we serve.


Community Bank


Community Bank was founded in 1955 by a group of Joseph, Oregon business leaders - at the time the bank was named Bank of Wallowa County. The bank remained relatively unchanged until 1991 when a new ownership group purchased the bank. Since then, we have been very active in our expansion effort. Our growth has allowed us to become a driving force in the financial services industries of Northeast Oregon and Southeast Washington. To this day, we continue to develop the finest group of bankers found anywhere. Our dedication to our communities, and willingness to provide the highest quality of customer service, are two reasons we continue to grow and be successful. It has also created unique advancement opportunities for each and every staff member who is willing to make a commitment to ensuring that Community Bank is the premier financial institution in our service areas. Our staff members pride themselves on offering unsurpassed professionalism and premier customer service.


Maps Credit Union


As a community credit union that’s been around for over 75 years, the variety of our services has evolved quite a bit since we got our start. Today, we’re a financial cooperative with over 39,000 members. We’re also a community of like-minded people, committed to lifelong learning and growth, not just in financial terms, but in all of life. At Maps Credit Union, we really admire the work of our founding members- teachers. For centuries, communities have been shaped by the work of teachers, and that role has inspired us. While our field of membership has expanded to include anyone living or working in the Willamette Valley Basin, we have not lost sight of the important roots that gave us our foundation. Today, we use that inspiration in our interactions with all members, striving to provide the education and guidance that will help us live our mission: Every Member Benefits.


Northwest Community Credit Union


"We partner with community-building causes that will make the biggest difference in the areas we serve. And we believe that CASA's IDAs make the most profound impact when it comes to improving lives and futures in our local communities."

We’ve been proud to be involved with CASA's IDA program since 2006.


OSU Federal Credit Union


OSU Federal is a federally-chartered community-based credit union with branches in Benton, Lincoln, Linn, Marion and Polk counties. Since 1954, OSU Federal has been a member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution. Earnings are returned to members in the form of competitive financial offerings, more service and convenience. You see, we exist for the benefit of our member-owners, and not to profit from them. That’s what makes us different from banks and that’s how we’re able to create financial solutions that make lives better.


Umpqua Bank


"Community Responsibility: it's in our DNA. We look at community responsibility as an extension of what we already are and have yet to become. Its principles are embedded into our culture and drive us to approach things differently, from defining an issue to crafting a product. It's just what we do. We aid consumers and small businesses on their path to financial fitness and prosperity by providing tools for financial literacy, SBA lending and home ownership."


Wauna Federal Credit Union


"We are proud to be a partner, and we wish continued success to the program."

Wauna Federal Credit Union proudly partners with CASA of Oregon to support their IDA program that provides so much hope and assistance for families to realize their dream of home ownership, education, job training, or entrepreneurship. As a member-owned, member-directed, not for profit financial institution, serving the communities and residents of Clatsop and Columbia Counties, we value our members and neighbors and appreciate the opportunity to partner with them to improve their level of economic status.


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Tel: 503-537-0319
Fax: 503-537-0998
20508 SW Roy Rogers Rd. Suite 155 Sherwood, OR 97140