Help Victims of Northwest Wildfires and Hurricane Irma: Donate Today

9/14/2017

At your Northwest Credit Union Foundation, we are continually overwhelmed by credit unions’ generosity in response to disasters, and we’re proud to be part of a community that so clearly demonstrates how helping people in need is part of its DNA. As soon as news of Hurricane Harvey’s devastation was released, credit unions stepped up to support victims of the storm. Northwest credit unions have donated more than $75,000 to support Harvey relief efforts already.

As a string of natural disasters continues to threaten devastation and insurmountable financial shock for communities across the nation, we are again asking for your help.

Northwest Wildfires

Wildfires are damaging communities across Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Please join us in donating funds to help. The Northwest Credit Union Foundation will match every donation made through our website dollar-for-dollar, up to $5,000. Donations made to the NWCUF will go toward helping Northwest communities affected by the wildfires.

Credit union people impacted by the fires can contact Sharee Adkins, NWCUF’s AVP & Managing Director, at sadkins@nwcua.org for more information about how we can help.

Click here to donate to support NWCUF’s wildfire relief efforts.

Hurricane Irma

Meanwhile, Hurricane Irma has collided with communities in Florida. The Northwest Credit Union Foundation committed $5,000 to Hurricane Harvey disaster relief, and we are now committing an additional $5,000 to aid those impacted by Hurricane Irma.

Click here to donate to national hurricane relief efforts through the National Credit Union Foundation’s CUAID.COOP page.

Your continued support makes it possible for us to remain ready to help when disasters strike. We value anything your credit union and members can do to help our extended credit union family.

Questions about the Northwest Credit Union Foundation’s disaster relief efforts? Contact Sharee Adkins, NWCUF’s AVP & Managing Director, at sadkins@nwcua.org.

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