What’s better than a box of chocolates? Lower fees, great rates, and member perks!
The program is an easy, risk-free service that offers members cash prize drawings.
Participants learn about credit unions’ unique role in the marketplace and their impact on members and communities.
Registration space is still available for Nov. 29-Dec. 1 event on Bainbridge Island.
NWCUA’s Carmen Vigil recently had the opportunity to participate in the April Credit Union Development Educator training, organized by the National Credit Union Foundation. Here is her perspective on this transformative program.
Focused on telling credit unions’ “People Helping People” story, NWCUA supports this new museum by sharing the credit union history of the Pacific Northwest.
Business Impact NW CUSO helps underserved entrepreneurs gain access to capital and financial guidance.
Unitus Community CU’s Steven Stapp, Vice Chair of the WOCCU Board of Directors, offers insight into an opportunity to study the Brazilian SICREDI CU system.
During an emergency caused by a flood, Cheney FCU found a home at Primesource CU to continue to serve members.
Other Portland-area credit unions also are invited to help the Police Bureau’s Sunshine Division solve the problem.
“Leveraging the CU Difference” Workshop Reignites a Passion for the Credit Union Movement in the Northwest
The unconventional workshop helped participants relate to the needs of current and potential credit union members, revisit the purpose and foundation of credit unions, and create action plans to take back to their credit unions.
Northwest Credit Unions Embrace the “People Helping People” Philosophy on International Credit Union Day
From revitalizing a teen shelter to hosting mobile food banks, credit unions across the Northwest found philanthropic and creative ways to celebrate.
In an immersive workshop, credit union professionals will gain a better understanding of the CU difference, learn how credit unions’ unique structure impacts communities, discover potential solutions for their members, and more.
CU Showcase: Inspirus Credit Union Helps Homeless, Housing Insecure Students with School Supplies Giveback
Events in Tukwila and Spokane gave kids a “shopping” budget exercise – and a good start to the school year.