No scarves, donuts, or tired feet this year, but plenty of impact data and member stories were shared during Oregon Credit Union Day at the Capitol and in 60 meetings with policymakers.
Three leaders weigh in on what the bill’s passage means and the power of collective credit union advocacy.
This year’s virtual event on April 14, enables more Oregon credit union advocates than ever to shine a light on the Credit Union Difference.
The minutes you invest in reaching out to your senators will make a difference for businesses in your community.
Nearly 300 advocates joined NWCUA for the virtual Hike at Home during CUNA GAC.
Federal Legislation to Simplify Financial Services for Legal Businesses is ‘Strongly Positioned’ to Pass
More than 80 credit union professionals attended a cannabis banking panel discussion Monday, co-hosted by NWCUA and the Mountain West Credit Union Association.
Senator Ron Wyden joined advocates at the NWCUA Hike at Home Kick-Off Meeting Monday and discussed his role as Chair of the critically important Senate Finance Committee.
Having attended virtual “Day at the Capitol” events, the class of 2021 is ready to tell the credit union story to legislators.
During Washington Credit Union Day at the Capitol last week, a Washington lawmaker shared tips for memorable and impactful messaging.
The NWCUA Advocacy Team will share key updates and talking points to prep Northwest advocates for conversations with Congressional leaders.
A big headline at Credit Union Day at the Capitol was that the majority of Idahoans are credit union members.
On Feb. 18, credit unions from across the state will hear how their bills are advancing and learn ways to advance the Movement with local lawmakers.
Come to NWCUA’s Virtual Idaho Credit Union Day at the Capitol Feb. 9, and unlock the secrets to advocacy in a brave new world.
Following the virtual events, NWCUA will coordinate meetings between advocates and their respective state representatives to share the credit union story.