Thousands of Northwest-Area High School Students Gain Real-World Budgeting Skills Thanks to Their Local Credit Unions
During the 2018-2019 school year, more than 3,500 students learned how to smartly save and spend at Financial Reality Fairs.
The year ahead is poised to be one of the best yet for the credit union industry.
Through strategic collaboration with credit unions, the Foundation improved the financial lives of thousands of Northwest residents and their communities.
Pelham brings more than three decades of credit union expertise and community involvement to the Board.
Northwest Credit Union Foundation’s Donor Appreciation Breakfast Celebrates Credit Unions’ Contributions
Breakfast attendees collaborated on housing solutions with productive hands-on activity.
Credit Unions Encouraged to Join the Northwest Credit Union Foundation’s Biz Kid$ Business Plan Competition
The competition will bring financial literacy and business education to middle schoolers throughout the region.
Register for the breakfast today and have a chance to win a $500 Foundation scholarship for use in 2020.
Join your Northwest Credit Union Foundation in contributing to the Worldwide Foundation of Credit Unions’ Project Storm Break.
Submit concepts by Sept. 13 to get feedback from NWCUF on your proposal.
Together, credit unions and the Foundation are strengthening the financial lives of people and communities throughout the region.
Planning and project grant submissions are due Oct. 25.
Grants from the Northwest Credit Union Foundation facilitated Bite of Reality Fairs in 21 schools. Is your credit union ready for next school year?
Credit unions are implementing innovative solutions to make homeownership and renting within reach of the workforce.
Through Funding from Meyer Memorial Trust, Credit Unions Tackle Housing Hurdles with the Northwest Credit Union Foundation
Three Portland-area credit unions have launched a security deposit loan pilot program to help residents secure rental housing.