The data credit unions share will inform robust impact reports that will be shared with elected officials in early 2023.
Category: Community Impact
Share your data in the upcoming economic and community impact survey and watch the advocacy needle move.
The credit union has raised $150,000 for the organization over the past four years.
Awarded by the U.S. Department of Treasury, the designation helps credit unions access funding to provide financial services for low- or moderate-income households.
The credit union will donate the produce to Centro Cultural’s Free Food Mercado, which provides culturally-specific free food to families and individuals in need.
The newly renovated space provides a fun, safe, and welcoming environment for youth at the Tri-City Union Gospel Mission.
Nearly 2,500 staff members assembled the kits from home as part of BECU Cares Day, Oct. 11.
The credit union is helping local teachers purchase classroom equipment, books, and other essential supplies.
The credit union’s $100,000 contribution to a local foundation spurred a chain reaction of giving in its community.
Take a step toward telling your own credit union’s story — complete this year’s CIRT survey by June 11.
Share your community impact data collectively and have what you need to tell your own credit union’s story.
Legislators and media already are paying attention to 2019 and COVID-19 impact data released last month. The CIRT survey will reopen May 10.
More than 100 credit union employees received financial aid through the Northwest Credit Union Foundation’s Disaster Relief Fund.
ALICE reports provide credit unions with valuable economic data in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. On March 17, credit unions can learn more during an informative virtual event.
United Way and NWCUF will host an informational session, sharing data that dives into the financial needs of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington residents.
Consider your Association and Foundation teams a resource for obtaining designations that make your credit union eligible for this “found money.”
The Northwest Credit Union Foundation is coordinating grant funds and credit union contributions to make the program a reality throughout the region.
The popular app is now available to credit unions seeking to provide more online financial education opportunities.