Since its 2007 founding in Seattle with the help of Northwest credit unions, the hip educational program has taught millions of youth about managing money and starting businesses.
Oregon State CU, The Southwest Chapter of Idaho Credit Unions, Horizon CU, and Mid Oregon CU are in the news this week.
Oregonians, Unitus, Columbia, and OnPoint credit unions share their latest local impact.
Richard Romero’s journey took him from humble beginnings as a four-year-old immigrant, to the CEO’s chair in the corner suite, and earned him national accolades as “CEO of the Year.”
Community impact contributions and branch openings top the news this week.
The “people helping people” philosophy is in action at PrimeSource and Unitus Community
Gregg’s leadership honored the storied credit union’s roots while growing its footprint significantly.
Fibre FCU’s youth accounts support animal shelters, and BECU plans Sammamish location.
Advantis Credit Union opens new branch in Woodstock neighborhood; Unitus Community CU opens new branch in Multnomah Village; BECU opens new financial center in downtown Seattle.
St. Helens Community CU celebrates 80th anniversary with 80 acts of kindness; Providence FCU gives $50K to local caregivers facing financial hardship.
Northwest Community CU awards $58,000 in mini-grants to Oregon educators; Harborstone CU volunteer group mobilizes to support United Way’s Slow Cooker Project.
Sister Societies from the Global Women’s Leadership Network’s Northwest Chapter will host several meetings in the coming weeks. Learn more about the GWLN, and what you can expect from each meeting.
Harborstone named Corporate Partner of the Year by the University of Washington for its work with underserved businesses; Columbia Credit Union contributes $25,200 to local veterans organizations; First Tech donates $24,500 to SMART.