Northwest Credit Unions Honor Their Members and Communities During International Credit Union Day

Credit union went the extra mile to give back on ICU Day this year, from hosting giveaways to performing random acts of kindness.

Explore all that CU Learning TRAXX has to offer! Don’t miss brand new sessions November 2!

Meet Misty Marquam, Your “Cheers and Chocolates” Auctioneer

Marquam, a powerhouse of energy and enthusiasm, will help Northwest credit unions raise the roof Nov. 12 at the CU4Kids virtual auction.

CU Learning TRAXX: Discuss the Impact Climate Change Poses to Financial Services and How to Use Data to Boost Lending

Hear from experts on what’s in store for the credit union industry during CU Learning TRAXX on Nov. 2.

TwinStar Credit Union Shares its Approach to Short-Term and Long-Term Remote Work

The credit union is focusing on culture, infrastructure, and the needs of its employees as it navigates a new normal.

Register for this Year’s CU4Kids Auction, “Cheers and Chocolates,” by Oct. 23 to Participate in Virtual Wine and Chocolate Tasting

On Nov. 12, credit unions will come together to raise funds for the industry’s charity of choice, Credit Unions for Kids.

NWCUA Fall Councils Kick off This Week — Register Now!

The virtual council meetings will dive into the latest industry information across various fields.

BECU Staff Assemble 25,000 Personal Supply Kits From Home During Annual Day of Service

The Seattle-based credit union partnered with nine nonprofit organizations to distribute the kits.

Three Questions to Get Your Strategic Planning Meetings Back on Track

Strategic Link partner, Jeff Rendel, outlines key strategies for keeping discussions focused and on topic as credit unions plan for the year ahead.

Washington DCU Bulletin Provides Guidance on Additional Investment Authorities

The investment authorities were granted to Washington State-chartered credit unions under House Bill 1247 during the 2019 legislative session.

Meet Elle Fischer, Miracle Child for Your “Cheers and Chocolates” Virtual Auction

Spoiler alert: She’ll inspire you. Register now to attend Cheers and Chocolates.

Oregon Credit Unions Come Through with Grants to Women- and Minority-Owned Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

The state has extended the program through Nov. 15, and grants of up to $50,000 per business are possible.

Community Impact Reporting Tool Data and Stories Now Being Collected

Credit unions are urged to fill out the CIRT survey this month for the upcoming legislative session.