The Foundation Board tackled new ways to link advocacy and philanthropy to amplify credit unions’ community impact.
For requests under $500 you can use the express application, which takes less than five minutes to complete.
The retiring Spokane City CU CEO was recognized by NWCUA Board Member Debie Keesee with a Proclamation detailing his substantial career on behalf of the Movement.
Grants extend reach of award-winning financial literacy series.
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The partnership will bring training to NW MESA participants.
The Next Top Credit Union Exec winner shared her work on tracking the return on investment in financial education, and more.
The webinar will cover practical steps to onboard credit union professionals into the program, which helps to lighten the load of student debt.
Saving for higher education and managing finances is daunting for most families. Northwest credit unions are offering two powerful solutions: matched savings and a comprehensive digital financial education toolkit.
The video contest that highlights local community involvement by the credit union industry across the country.
The episode touched on a number of topics around the credit union’s philanthropic work.
The Oregon and Southwest Washington Chapter of Junior Achievement is seeking volunteers in Gresham, Portland and Beaverton, OR.
The Foundation is looking for credit unions to submit proposals leveraging the Center for Financial Services Innovation’s (CFSI) consumer financial health assessment tool.
Nearly 2,000 Spokane-area students will learn about finances in real-world simulations this fall and next spring.