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Donations of more than $200,000 to nonprofits last year earned Unitus a Top 10 placement last week at the Portland Business Journal’s Corporate Philanthropy Luncheon.
The Chapter was able to raise close to $700 in just a few short hours.
As valuable members of the First Community team, these promotions are meant to recognize individuals for their exceptional contribution.
Foundation will increase support to local military and community members.
The network’s first event, a dinner and paddle raise, brings in over $108,000.
Sound Credit Union has hired three new vice presidents – Cyndi Crouch, Curtis Anderson, and Ranee Bray.
Steve Stapp, President and CEO of Unitus, provided keynote address.
The fund is focused on sustainable, affordable, and equitable housing.
Four young entrepreneur teams will have 10 minutes to present their group’s big idea — a solution to a local or global problem.
Whatcom Dream, BAAY, Lummi Youth Academy, and Opportunity Council are 2019 grant recipients.
It will be the second financial center in the city of Bothell, serving more than 30,000 local members.
New branch is scheduled to open in November.
Following last year’s inaugural success, nine Northwest credit unions converge downtown again to offer fulfilling career opportunities to jobseekers in financial services.
In 2018, more than 12,000 animals found their forever homes through OHS.