Fanad Gaels GAA: "Gaeil Fhánada are delighted to recommend Swilly Mulroy Credit Union to our members. The Credit Union have been very generous in the support they have given our club over a number of years. The sponsorship they have given has been a great help in allowing us to run underage functions and they are to the forefront in their sponsorship of our underage parish league, a competition that is important in introducing new and young players to our sport. The credit union staff have also been very helpful in all our over the counter dealings and we are happy that most of our accounts are held in our local credit union. We wish Swilly Mulroy Credit Union , its staff and members continued success as they support our local community"- Fiona Shiels (Secretary).
Kerrykeel Tidy Towns: "It has been our pleasure dealing with Swilly Mulroy Credit Union. We have been in operation as a Tidy Towns 4 years now and do all our banking transactions through them. It’s very convenient having a local branch located in the village, and also with them open on Saturdays. The staff there have always been very helpful. Swilly Mulroy Credit Union have also been very supportive of all our activities, and recently sponsored the planting of shrubs along the Cow Hill in the village. We look forward to continuing our business with them"- Ciaran Gallagher (Secretary/PRO).
Whitestrand United FC: “Whitestrand Football Club would like to extend its appreciation to Swilly Mulroy Credit Union for its sponsorship over the past numbers of years. The support from local companies is prevalent to our existence and we look forward to developing our relationship with Swilly Mulroy Credit Union for many years to come”- Aidan Mc Ardle (Secretary).
Loreto Community School (Milford): "Swilly Mulroy Credit Union is an integral part of our schools links with the local community. They are hugely supportive of all our fundraising and provide valuable opportunities for students to enter competitions, avail of training in financial matters and offer services to students (and their families) in planning for further education" - Margaret O' Connor (Principal).