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.
With key leadership changes and newly elected representatives, advocates should message how credit unions look out for members’ financial well-being and support local communities.
Say what you will about the trials 2020 brought to every business and every household, but advocacy proved its worth.
The work continues with opportunities to inform the newly elected how credit unions’ not-for-profit, cooperative structure serves America.
Credit unions will continue their staunch advocacy in 2021 and beyond.
Work groups in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington volunteered this summer to recommend legislative, regulatory advocacy.
Flexibility introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic could continue to help credit unions members permanently, advocates say.
Help your members save for education, childcare, health care, their first home, and retirement.
While the House and Senate got down to business, there were some disruptive protests followed by arrests.