In annual tradition, the credit union awards seven $2,500 scholarships to Unitus members as well as child dependents, spouses, or significant others of Unitus employees seeking higher education.
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The credit union reviewed feedback from focus groups to find a creative solution to help members facing financial hardship.
Through the Refer a Friend campaign, the credit union raises an average of $40,000 for various organizations.
The credit union will match an additional $5 for every dollar donated to the drive.
The credit union also refocused its financial education programs to help members struggling amid the pandemic.
The credit union provided critical PPP loan assistance to Home Life, a private nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities.
The credit union will host a virtual ceremony to celebrate this year’s scholarship recipients.
OnPoint Community Credit Union provides three tips for safeguarding money during the pandemic.
The credit union expanded its field of membership to include four Oregon counties.
The two outstanding educators will each have their mortgages paid for one full year and receive $2,500 for their schools.
Since 2017, the foundation has donated $150,500 toward school lunch fees.
The credit union’s donation helped kick off fundraising efforts for the SW Washington COVID Response Fund.
The group’s diverse skills and leadership bring immense value to their new roles.
Javier Rosado of Meridian, Idaho, has been selected as TruGrocer’s new President and CEO, assuming the role June 1.
The community credit union is offering funds as a challenge grant to encourage community giving.
Through its Team Up for Schools program, the credit union raised over 40% more money for local schools this year.
Wood brings decades of healthcare, education, and leadership experience to the credit union.
The Keizer Branch is set to open June 1; the West Salem Branch will open June 22.