Members of another California-based credit union have voted to merge their institution with the $550 million, 58,000 Self Help Federal Credit Union. On Wednesday, the 8,300 members of the $38 million Butte Federal Credit Union became the latest new members of Self-Help, operating under Self Help's Community Trust division.

The Biggs, Calif.-based Butte is the eighth Golden State credit union to have merged with Self-Help FCU since NCUA chartered it in 2008. Self-Help FCU is a division of the North Carolina-chartered Self Help Credit Union, headquartered in Durham, N.C.

"Butte prides itself in providing members the best possible financial services," Butte CEO David Morgan said. "Merging with Self-Help ensures that we will continue to offer our members all that they deserve." 

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