Affiliation Membership – Membership in any one of these groups listed below qualifies you for membership in RTN FCU. The Credit Union will do all the necessary processing to help you join these groups. Just choose the organization you’re interested in.
Amesbury Carriage Museum – The Carriage Museum owns many carriages built in Amesbury during its heyday as one of the world’s most important carriage-making centers. Some of the carriages are on display in various public buildings around town.
Greater Boston Sickle Cell Disease Association, Inc. -- Greater Boston Sickle Cell Disease Association, Inc. is a 501(c)3, nonprofit organization that advocates and provides life-enhancing support to all patients with sickle cell disease living in the Greater Boston region.
Danvers Historical Society - The Danvers Historical Society, a private not-for-profit, was founded in 1889 "to discover, collect and preserve objects which illustrate local history, but particularly the history, development and people of the Town of Danvers". The society has many events, exhibits and fundraisers every year and is an important part of the community.
Gore Place – is a National Historical Landmark in Waltham and the mansion of Christopher Gore, the sixth Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Support the important work of Gore Place in education, historic preservation, community programs, historic farm breeds, and open space conservation.
Tewksbury Historical Society - For more than a decade they have worked to preserve, document and educate the community about the local history of Tewksbury.
Wakefield Repertory Theatre - Presents a variety of theatrical productions, using the talents of all age groups from many different communities. WRT’s long range goals include finding a theatre house to call its own so as to give the town of Wakefield a theatre company of which it can continue to be proud while also promoting the importance of theatre arts in the world today.
Waltham Historical Society – was established in 1913 to preserve and display materials pertaining to the history of Waltham. The Society sponsors educational programs, publishes pertinent papers and books related to Waltham and participates in the research and promotion of Waltham's history.
Learn how to open your RTN FCU account today. If you are uncertain as to how you may be eligible, please call Member Services at 1-800-338-0221, ext. 9829.
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