A flood of members joined credit unions because of Bank Transfer Day five years ago. Where are they now? How have their financial lives improved? Share their stories for the anniversary.
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Financial reality fairs were held across the Northwest to celebrate International Credit Union Day, while Spokane credit unions broke out tools for a playground build. Some Oregon fairs also featured a Proclamation from Gov. Kate Brown recognizing credit unions’ contributions to the state.
Employees partnered with Community Action Team on Columbus Day.
More than 150 credit unions, 500 Movement leaders, and 100 business partners gathered for the three day convention to share ideas, learn the newest operational solutions for their members, and glimpse at 2017 and beyond during Your Association’s Annual Business Meeting.
Miracle Jeans Day is coming soon. It’s a chance to link denim to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, instead of questionable early 2000s fashion statements.
Spokane-area credit union staff, volunteers and resources are needed to join in the effort to build a new playground for the Northeast Youth Center on October 20.
In celebration of International Credit Union Day, NWCUF is hosting a second multi-city, multi credit union financial reality fair extravaganza. We’d love for you to participate this time around!
The awareness campaign by Dairy Queen provides $1 from Blizzard treat sales at participating Dairy Queen locations to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
This year’s International Credit Union Day theme will illustrate the nine principles that separate credit unions from other financial institutions.
The efforts includes a social media contest asking “what financial health means to me.”
Formerly known as the “Hank and Moose Open,” the Dave and Dan Classic donated a record $757,837 for Credit Unions for Kids in 2015, which benefits Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. This year’s event is slated for July 11.
Credit Unions around the Northwest—and around the country—celebrated Financial Fitness Day on April 6. Here is a rundown of the stories shared on social media with the #FinancialFitnessDay hashtag.
A “casual day” in your credit union on April 6 can help to support the financial education initiatives of both the Northwest Credit Union Foundation and the National Credit Union Foundation.
A grassroots army of 200 credit union employees and members fanned out across the Washington State Capitol complex Thursday, messaging lawmakers about how not-for-profit, cooperative credit unions make communities stronger.
BECU’s Sara Moorehead is one of 46 credit union professionals to become a Certified Credit Union Development Educator.
More than 150 advocates will be in Olympia Thursday to discuss the Credit Union Movement’s policy advancement agenda with lawmakers. Against that backdrop the NWCUA is tracking foreclosure, public funds, marijuana banking, and mortgage-related legislation.
As the Washington State Legislature rolls into its third week, credit unions’ policy advancement strategy is firmly focused on legislation concerning public fund deposits and payroll cards.