The U.S. Treasury grant supports CDFI investment and revitalization activity, with Trailhead taking special focus on bringing more affordable credit to micro-businesses and consumers in inner-Portland.
Your Association has updated its social media messaging examples to reflect current volunteer, advocacy, member benefit and public awareness work. Credit union marketing teams are encouraged to use the updated tools.
Medford, Oregon-based Rogue Credit Union deposited $2.5 million into the accounts of 81,000 members as part of the first “Rogue Rewards Loyalty Dividend.”
Advocates attending Credit Union Day at the Capitol in Olympia on February 4 began their day with a supportive address by Governor Jay Inslee. “You are providing financial education that is so imperative to our young families,” he noted.
Romero will guide the Federation in helping credit unions best serve low- and moderate-income consumers and provide affordable financial services to the underserved.
Northwest credit unions celebrated the day by serving their communities, raising funds for children’s hospitals, treating their members, and more.
The credit union will use the funds to expand access to affordable loans for families in need in their communities, and to increase financial education and outreach.
Leaders from Oregon and Washington credit unions met with federal lawmakers and regulators about key policy initiatives and shared the enormous impact of credit unions on their members and communities.
Share stories of how your credit union impacts members’ lives and win thousands of dollars for the charity of your choice.
Justin Bean created Community Coin, a concept to allow communities to pay for community service work even when no money is available.
As credit unions strengthen our families and communities, business partners also strengthen the credit union movement. The first in a three part series.
The collaborative program helps Oregon consumers connect with local financial institutions that offer safe, affordable services.
Numerica Credit Union’s Carla Altepeter: Opening Accounts for Marijuana Businesses is ‘In the Best Interests of Our Members and Their Communities’
With 2013 in the rear-view mirror, Anthem asked Northwest credit union presidents and CEOs to reflect on the past, consider what lies ahead and talk about the challenges — and the opportunities — that await credit unions in 2014. Today: President/CEO Carla Altepeter talks about Numerica Credit Union’s decision to become the first Washington financial institution to open accounts for licensed marijuana growers and processors.
With 2013 in the rear-view mirror, Anthem asked Northwest credit union presidents and CEOs to reflect on the past, consider what lies ahead and talk about the challenges — and the opportunities — that await credit unions in 2014. Today: Suzy Fonseca, president and CEO of Lower Valley Credit Union, talks about what it means to “serve the underserved.”
Northwest Credit Union Foundation board members gather in Seattle to put an exclamation point on 2013 and plot a course for playing an even greater role in developing leaders and cultivating opportunities that improve the well-being of Northwest communities.
The National Credit Union Administration awarded more than $517,000 in grants to low-income credit unions Thursday to fund new-product development, student internships and CDFI certification. Six Northwest credit unions were among the recipients.
With 2013 in the rear-view mirror, Anthem asked Northwest credit union presidents and CEOs to reflect on the year that was, consider what lies ahead and talk about the challenges — and the opportunities — that await credit unions in 2014. First up: Troy Stang, president and CEO of the Northwest Credit Union Association.
The Northwest Credit Union Foundation rolls out a new website, new reporting tools, and a new vision to amplify the impact of credit unions throughout the region.