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Season of Giving surprise donations included $110,000 in “big impact” checks to support the missions of eight non-profit organizations.
WCU will host a grand opening extravaganza on Jan. 30.
Northwest Community Credit Union highlighted increased support for educator instruction boosting financial skills, awareness.
Sisters Kiwanis Food Bank serves 130 families per month—32 of which are homeless.
This year the chapter broke some record numbers, raising more and seeing a bigger turnout, with every North Idaho area credit union present.
New Ridgefield branch features many of the innovative design and sustainability elements as other recently opened Columbia branches.
Portland Business Journal ranked Oregon’s largest credit union as number six in its financial services category.
Portland Business Journal’s annual survey of regional CEOs finds Unitus’ brand, image, and reputation recognized among the best.
Leadership from the Kitsap, Pierce, and Evergreen Chapters Make $16,000 Donation to Seattle Children’s Hospital
Tri-Chapter Golf Tournament has raised over $84,000 for the local Children’s Miracle Network hospital.
Phillip Symons will lead as branch manager, and Christopher Crowell has been named assistant manager.
The 2019 People Helping People Award recipients will receive a grant of $2,500 for the two years following their initial award.
The free event will dive into the dispute process, from intake to resolution.
OnPoint made a $2,500 donation to the non-profit, Innovative Services, during grand opening event.
For three consecutive years, OnPoint has made donations on behalf of each of its employees to select organizations that make a difference in the community.