The credit union has partnered with the Museum of Idaho to bring the state’s rich history to life through an exciting new exhibit.
Across the region, credit unions help families in need by donating food, warm clothes, toys, and more.
The museum is focused on collecting and digitally archiving credit unions’ stories so it may share them with virtual visitors.
Over 50 Northwest credit union professionals gathered last month for a deep dive into shared purpose and opportunities as not-for-profit financial cooperatives.
In an area with 30% food insecurity, the credit union realizes the link between hunger and financial strife.
Shawn Gilfedder, museum board member and CEO of Kitsap Credit Union, shares insights on the important role the museum plays in today’s Credit Union Movement.
Horizon, InRoads, PrimeSource, Red Canoe, and Providence credit unions celebrated at MAXX 2019.
Rep. Margaret Doherty, Chair of the House Education Committee, was a guest at Pacific NW Federal Credit Union’s Financial Reality Fair at a Portland High school.
The credit unions will be recognized during the Credit Union National Association’s Governmental Affairs Conference in February.
Why They Won: Four Northwest Credit Unions Honored at MAXX Convention for Excellence in Adult Financial Education
BECU, Clackamas Federal, Rogue, and SnoCope credit unions received CUNA Alphonse Desjardins Adult Financial Education Awards.
Credit union loans give life to new business, the dream of homeownership, and more. But an Idaho credit union’s loan gave new meaning to making a family’s dreams come true.
Inspiring single mom who paid off $77,000 in debt in eight months shares her secrets for success.
Why They Won: Four Northwest Credit Unions Honored at MAXX Convention for Excellence in Youth Financial Education
The credit unions’ teams fanned out to teach financial basics to thousands of elementary, junior high, and senior high school students in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
More than 85 Volunteers from Spokane-Area Credit Unions Joined Forces to Celebrate International Credit Union Day
Volunteers spiffed up Mid-City Concerns Senior Center; raised $35,000 to support the project and purchase a new van for the center’s seniors.