The Northwest Credit Union Association’s Member Resource section is devoted to providing Northwest financial cooperatives information and tools not only to help individual credit unions, but the entire Northwest community of credit unions.


We are pleased to present the Northwest Credit Union Association Online & Mobile Directory, a complete listing of credit union contact information and financial data which we hope will help you to stay connected no matter where you are.

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Town Hall Meetings

A united Credit Union Movement is powerful and effective. Attend your Town Hall Meeting to network with peers, NWCUA Board Members, and your Northwest Credit Union Association leadership team. We will discuss industry issues and work toward a stronger Credit Union Movement. By strengthening the alliance between credit unions, we will accomplish more together.

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Credit Union Philosophy Certification

New employees notice very quickly that the credit union space is unique and special. Our Credit Union Philosophy Certification Manual & Quiz captures the rich history of the credit union movement, as well as the social and economic missions we fulfill. After reading the manual, take the quiz, and then download your certificate. This engaging resource is highly recommended for all new employees as well as for staff wanting a refresher course on the roots of the “People Helping People” philosophy.

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Northwest Credit Union Chapters

NWCUA’s 20 individual chapters each represent credit unions located within designated geographical boundaries. The Association’s chapter program promotes unity among credit unions in a local area through communication, networking, training, and participation in community, state, and national projects that support the cooperative spirit of the credit union movement.

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Credit Unions for Kids

The credit union movement’s national “charity of choice” was founded in the Northwest in 1986. Our credit unions continue to support this legacy cause through collaboration that is facilitated by six regional Ambassador Advisory Groups, driven by the credit unions. Each of the six regional Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals benefit directly from the credit unions’ fundraising efforts.

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Small Credit Union Resources

Because small credit unions face unique challenges, the Northwest Credit Union Association has a section of our website specifically dedicated to helping credit unions with assets of $50 million and less, to thrive.

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REALSolutions helps real people with real needs. Whether it’s assisting predatory loan victims climb out of debt, working families facing emergencies, or young people striving for the American dream, REALSolutions are just a click away with the Northwest Credit Union Association.

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