To help subside the financial stressors triggered by rising inflation, the credit union will include a $500 bonus in each employee’s next paycheck.
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Ten students from seven area high schoolers received scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $1,500.
Join YCUP PDX on June 23 to enjoy a beverage, make new connections, and help raise funds for an amazing cause.
The computers go to an IT class where students have the opportunity to get hands-on experience that results in college credit, industry certification, and a professional skillset.
Based out of Portland, Oregon, the credit union’s full-service branch featuring a drive-up ATM/video teller Kiosk and member garage offers a special promotion.
This year’s five recipients will each receive $4,000 to pursue their educational goals, making the credit union’s grand total in awarded scholarships $172,000 over 27 years.
The credit union partnered with GreenPath Financial Wellness to provide personalized, free counseling services to OnPoint members.
Consolidated Community Credit Union (CCCU) recently announced its new executive team lineup as a result of reorganization initiated by exponential growth and upcoming retirements.
Financial services risk and compliance expert Anderson will guide the credit union’s risk and compliance teams, enhancing OnPoint’s rigorous policies and practices.
When members use their card for a purchase, 5¢ is donated to a school of their choice. During the 2021-2022 school year alone, members raised nearly $100K!
The credit union funded 68 organizations to promote equitable access to science, technology, engineering, math, early childhood literacy, and financial education.
The credit union is expanding to serve health care professionals, home care workers, and childcare providers in California as the new banking partner for United Domestic Workers.
The credit union raised the money through Skip a Pay, a voluntary program where members are allowed to bypass a monthly loan payment once every six months for a $30 fee.
The foundation has distributed a total of $130,000 for educational grants and scholarships so far this year.
Students were asked to answer the question, “Why do credit unions appeal to your generation?” using digital means such as Tik Tok, social media memes, or a video.
In addition to the multi-year program, iQ for Kids awarded more than $19,000 in one-time grants to 13 local nonprofits.
Salman brings more than 30 years of financial services experience to the credit union.
The new Brooks branch expands the credit union’s capability to serve the Missoula and brings its services to more people.