The Northwest Credit Union Foundation is Seeking Innovative Approaches to Serving the Region’s Rural Communities
Credit unions are encouraged to apply for planning grants for the newly launched Rural Access to Financial Services Initiative.
The Foundation provided funds and support for credit union initiatives this year. Grant and scholarship funds remain available for 2020.
Throughout 2020, people turned to credit unions. In return, they received support and compassion.
Northwest Credit Unions, Partners, and Individuals Raise $100,000 Through NWCUF Disaster Relief Program
Funds provide emergency financial assistance to credit union board members, employees, and volunteers impacted by the recent wildfires.
Credit unions’ teams evacuate high-danger zones, branches suffer impact, members’ homes are lost.
Join NWCUF to find out how you can use this tool to host a remote Financial Reality Fair during the 2020-2021 school year.
NWCUF’s Scholarship Program Empowers Credit Union Employees to Grow Through Professional Development
Scholarships are available for many programs, including CU Learning TRAXX.
The program will provide personal finance and business education in a flexible, virtual-friendly format.
The Northwest Credit Union Foundation is coordinating grant funds and credit union contributions to make the program a reality throughout the region.
The popular app is now available to credit unions seeking to provide more online financial education opportunities.
The Northwest Credit Union Foundation is here as a resource for your credit union community.
Credit unions continue to step up to solve their communities’ housing needs.
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.