The Northwest credit union community is invited to join Express for a virtual proclamation ceremony on June 15.
Helping keep nearly 40,000 businesses afloat, credit unions “flew the plane while it was being built” — and stuck the landing.
Now in its 12th year, the credit union’s Prize for Excellence in Education program recognizes outstanding educators and schools in the Portland area.
The credit union has supported Healthy Beginnings since 2004 and raised more than $35,000 total, thanks to the giving spirit of its membership.
Olympia Credit Union invested in extensive community outreach, team training, and listening to provide a safe banking environment for the LGBTQ community.
In an article for CreditUnions.com, Verity Credit Union shares how employee resource committees and a reworked strategic plan helped fast-track diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.
As a sponsor of Idaho State Athletics, the credit union donates to a charity for every three-pointer and first-down completed by the men’s basketball and football teams.
Across the Northwest, credit unions are volunteering, hosting clinics, and offering incentives to help with coronavirus vaccination efforts.
The credit unions are leveraging social media to shine a light on the favorite local joints that make up Main Street.
Whether by sharing tips on social media, offering free webinars, or hosting fun raffles, Northwest credit unions fostered financial well-being for all.
Other Washington credit unions may want to check out this opportunity.
The 30 nonprofit organizations that received funds focus on addressing problems such as homelessness, poverty, hunger, domestic violence, and more.
Hundreds of millions are on deposit in children’s savings accounts in the Northwest, and over 190,000 K-12th graders received financial education from a credit union.
Through eco-friendly lending and thoughtful partnerships, Northwest credit unions are driving change toward a greener future.