Three Oregon Credit Unions Walk the Philosophy, Collaboration Talk to Promote Youth Financial Literacy Month
A cooperative ad campaign highlights the work local credit unions do to provide financial education.
New “Membership Benefits” reports for Idaho, Oregon, and Washington document what a good deal the region’s six million credit union members are getting.
A Global Credit Union marketer shared her first-hand experience at CUNA GAC as the parent of a child helped by Credit Unions for Kids.
Weis will bring the perspective of a financial institution banking marijuana, to the advisory group responsible for its guidance.
For her work leading Point West Credit Union through net worth restoration and service to the underserved, Amy Nelson is one of four national finalists.
Rouge, Maps among Oregon’s top places to work, Point West x3 in national spotlight, and NW credit unions give back.
The winning educators were selected from a field of 31 by online voters who saw the applicants’ video applications that answered the question “How will this grant make a difference in the classroom?”
The center is a program of the Yakima Union Gospel Mission.
Also, NW CUs come together for the latest financial reality fair, reaching more than 80 students.
Looking for a Can’t Miss Reason to Register for the 2017 Marketers’ Conference? This is it.
Your Association has a turnkey toolkit to help share the good news of how not-for-profit, cooperative credit unions build strength in families and communities.
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.
The independent report details the substantial contribution of not-for-profit cooperative credit unions on both local economies, and their members.
The partnership will bring training to NW MESA participants.