The popular app is now available to credit unions seeking to provide more online financial education opportunities.
Five Portland nonprofits receive $20,000 each to provide vital services, including food, medical care, and rent assistance.
More than 150 reusable face masks were distributed to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The update includes information on payments sent to incarcerated individuals, non-resident aliens, or those who died before the payment was received.
Credit unions can access helpful videos, customized ads, educational courses, and more.
Assist members faster with Illuma Labs’ voice authentication solution.
Newrizons FCU worked with a beloved local burger spot to keep employees paid and customers coming.
Providence Federal Credit Union leans in with financial and personal support for healthcare workers.
NWCUA asks credit unions return templates to the Association so data may be shared to illustrate the Credit Union Difference.
As most businesses remain closed to the public, credit unions get creative in supporting them during COVID-19.
This year alone, 1,982 students have benefitted from the program, completing 9,736 online learning modules.
Ten food banks across the region will each receive $500 to help families in need.
Credit unions will not be criticized by examiners for providing relief to borrowers as long as such efforts are conducted with proper controls and management oversight.