Community Impact

Langley Federal Credit Union is proud to support the communities we serve. In 2023, the combined charitable giving efforts of Langley Federal Credit Union and the Langley for Families Foundation amounted to over $1,720,000. Over 170 unique charitable organizations were recipients of these funds.

Impact Highlights


Langley prioritizes mental health and wellbeing for our members, our employees, and the communities in which they live, work, and play. Through partnerships with nonprofit organizations and clinics, Langley supports healthcare as a right for all.

In 2019, Langley pledged $1,000,000 to Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters (CHKD) new mental health hospital. Located in downtown Norfolk, the mental health hospital is making a significant impact in the community by filling a much-needed gap of services. This includes 60 inpatient beds, an extensive expansion of outpatient services, and training for mental health professionals. In 2022, CHKD’s mental health hospital opened its doors with outpatient and inpatient services having started in April and October respectively.

Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters


Langley understands that access to education is the foundation of success and financial wellbeing. In 2023, Langley provided $125,000 in student scholarships, as well as $15,000 in grants to help teachers across Hampton Roads enhance their classroom experience.

In 2023, Langley announced the addition of Norfolk State University (NSU) to the list of universities to receive annual scholarship funding beginning in 2024 through the establishment of the Langley Scholars' Demand Fund designed to provide financial support to students of NSU.

Langley is dedicated to increasing access to higher education, supporting local students and teachers, and helping bridge the technology gap. Learn more about our scholarship programs and how to apply.


Our employees are the backbone of our Credit Union, and they truly make a difference each day. They believe in the mission of both Langley and our Langley for Families Foundation. In 2023, nearly $50,000 was donated by employees to the Langley for Families Foundation through Langley’s payroll giving program. Combined with Langley’s 100% match, the Foundation distributed nearly $100,000 to 53 employee-nominated nonprofits.

The dedicated, hard-working, and passionate Langley team is one of the largest assets here. We continually aim to mobilize our employees to multiply our impact through volunteering efforts year-round. Langley began a tradition in 2020 - a Day of Service in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy. Over 150 Langley employees and family members participated in Langley's 4th annual MLK Jr. Day of Service in 2023, celebrating a 50% increase in volunteerism compared to 2022. Volunteers completed 9 service projects at nonprofits across the communities Langley serves which included painting offices, organizing donations, providing groceries to families experiencing food insecurity, and more.

Langley employees also give back to our community throughout the year through various donation drives and team-based activities. We're happy to be able to support in more ways than one, and help build a stronger, healthier community with some of the most impactful nonprofit organizations across the communities we serve.

Employees Volunteering

Langley for Families Foundation

Langley Federal Credit Union has a long history of community involvement and charitable giving dating back to the founding of the credit union in the 1930's. With a commitment to making a difference in the communities it serves, the Langley for Families Foundation was launched in 2014 to support causes and charities benefiting children and families.

The Langley for Families Foundation surpassed the $1.1 million dollar mark this year celebrating a 10% increase in giving compared to 2022 with a total of $1,137,340 distributed nonprofits over the course of 2023. Grants are awarded three times each year. The online application and deadlines can be found on the Foundation's website.

Please View Our 2023 Community Impact Report (PDF)