Credit union professionals needed to teach financial literacy to kids throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Help increase youth financial literacy in your community through classroom programs. Find out if there’s an opening at a district near you.
Northwest Credit Unions Partner With NWCUF and National Groups to Host Financial Reality Fairs Across Region
Approximately 600 students from Northwest high schools took part in Financial Reality Fairs to learn real world financial skills. 11 credit unions partnered with the NWCUF, CUNA Mutual Group, National Credit Union Foundation and MindBlown Labs for 12 events, and nine in one day.
If you have ever wanted to volunteer to offer quality financial education, join an upcoming Financial Beginnings workshop and join them in empowering youth and adults to take control of their financial futures.
A team of USAgencies staff and family members spent a recent Saturday helping a Portland-based homeless-focused agency to prepare for the winter ahead. The event coincided with International Credit Union Day and won the credit union a $2,500 gift certificate to Strategic Link Consulting.
Michael Murdoch of NW Priority shares how his credit union’s team took the late shift at a telethon to raise funds for veterans fighting mental health challenges.
For its first ever Member Volunteer Day, WSECU rallied its members to volunteer at Olympia-based nonprofit GRuB. A terrific video captures the day.
Volunteers wanted for event to teach high school students the basics of budgeting and personal finance, hosted by Fibre Federal.
Help raise lifesaving funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals by serving on the volunteer committee for the next Credit Unions for Kids auction.
Volunteer for the one-hour televised special featuring inspiring patient stories and seasonal entertainment.
The NWCUF is hosting a Financial Reality Fair for students with Juma Ventures. Volunteer and help students navigate their financial lives.
The NWCUF is calling for credit union volunteers to train 50 teachers at a Financial Reality Fair in Vancouver on August 12.
The contributions of credit union board members were celebrated at a gala awards dinner during the NWCUA Directors’ Conference last week in Vancouver, Washington.
Can a credit union call its board of directors a “board of trustees?” Washington’s Department of Financial Institutions weighs in. Also in today’s Anthem: Legal Briefs, and the Question of the Week: “Can a state-chartered credit union expel a member?”