The NWCUA and member credit unions advocated for this win for the Credit Union Movement.
Find out how much Northwest credit unions have collectively contributed to CULAC this year, and join us at MAXX for another fun opportunity to support the cause.
Northwest credit union advocates landed in Washington, D.C., last week to discuss credit union priorities with Members of Congress and drive several regulatory victories.
The House’s decision represents a major win for credit union advocates.
NWCUA attended the 2017 conference of Western lawmakers, demonstrating credit unions’ leadership on the international, regional, and local levels.
Cannabis banking and tax fairness were among the key topics up for debate at this national policy-shaping event.
Oregon State CU pledges $32,014 during this year’s CULAC campaign; CLIMB Idaho to host CULAC fundraiser on Aug. 24.
NCUA Board Projects Budget Savings, Proposes Closing Stabilization Fund and Providing a Distribution in 2018
In its July Board meeting, NCUA proposed a distribution of $600-800 million, estimated $5.8 million in savings during its budget review, and announced plans to consolidate regional offices.
Deadline for low-income designated credit unions to apply for NCUA’s Community Development Revolving Loan Fund grants is Monday, July 31.
As CULAC month comes to a close, get inspired by credit union professionals supporting this effort, and find creative ways to back the movement year-round.
Credit union advocates worked with the Congresswoman’s team to secure funds for the Community Development Revolving Loan Fund, which assists credit unions serving low-income communities.
Explore the issues that dominated the recently-adjourned session, as well as the accomplishments of credit union advocates.
Governor Inslee says budget “fully funds” Washington schools for the first time in 30 years.