Event brings together wide-range of community and business support for three local organizations.
The four separate events were held in Corvallis, North Albany, and Keizer serving more than 1,400 vehicles and shredding more than 28 tons of sensitive materials.
Inspirus to open Lynwood branch; St. Helens Raises $3,260 for food bank; Sound welcomes two new Directors and a VP of Business Lending; OnPoint expands wealth management services.
Spokane Federal named among best credit unions to work for; Industrial’s Food Truck Roundup raises $16k for food banks; St. Helens Community donates toy-filled wagons; and Consolidated Community preps new branch.
The team at Spokane Media Federal Credit Union went above and beyond to help one member cope with the loss of his job at an age when many people are retiring.
In the midst of historic wildfires, NWCUA’s Director of Strategic Partnerships joined with other big-hearted Seahawks fans to deliver supplies and smiles to Washington firefighters.
The credit union is inviting anyone to take advantage of this free service, and will also collect donations for local community partners.
Bank Transfer Day founder joins Wauna; Rivermark makes dough for Doernbecher; NW Plus collects holiday food; and Northwest Community completes Fred Meyer merger.
Point West Credit Union gets CDFI certified; Gesa Credit Union hosting free communication seminar; St. Helens Community Credit Union unveils new branding; Industrial Credit Union raises $27,500 for food banks; Unitus Community Credit Union’s Wine on the Willamette raises over $50,000.
Gesa Credit Union raises $10,000 for fire victims; Kitsap Chapter invites you to Credit Unions for Kids golf tourney; Red Canoe Credit Union collects seven tons of back-to-school supplies; Industrial Credit Union rounds up food trucks for charity.
Verity Credit Union named top nonprofit to work for in Washington, Point West Credit Union launches cause marketing campaign in cycle community, Gesa Credit Union provides dollar-for-dollar match to support two family shelters, and Industrial Credit Union helps feed Whatcom County families.
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 Terry Belcoe talks about North Coast Credit Union’s unique efforts to help Latino business owners in Skagit County and across the state of Washington.
Gesa Credit Union names Don Miller president and CEO after a nationwide search; Bill Before, STCU’s chief financial officer, is now also its chief lending officer; Columbia Credit Union names Paul Stednitz vice president of branch services; St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union promotes Steve Jensen to chief credit officer; Harborstone Credit Union, Numerica Credit Union, O Bee Credit Union, PrimeSource Credit Union and Rogue Credit Union make the season merry for Northwest families and nonprofits.
Rivermark Community Credit Union lowers interest rates for more than 9,700 credit card holders; NW Priority Credit Union raises $5,481 for Muscular Dystrophy Association; More credit unions collect food, clothing and toys for neighbors in need.
Northwest credit unions are doing their part this week to make sure that their neighbors have warm clothes, hearty meals and toys for the kids during the holidays with a sleigh-full of food drives and other special events.
Industrial Credit Union’s 19th Annual Food Drive Spreads the ‘People Helping People’ Philosophy Across Washington’s Whatcom County
For Terri Salstrom, Kim Sutton, and the employees of Industrial Credit Union in Bellingham, the spirit of community involvement is very much alive, and the “Feed the Need” food drive they created 19 years ago is still bringing neighbors together to help families who are hungry.
Strategic Link business partner Autoland awarded its second-quarter charitable grant to the Portland Police Bureau Sunshine Division. The organization, which provides emergency food and clothing in Portland, was nominated by Advantis Credit Union.
The power of social media and the generosity of Advantis Credit Union took a community outreach project to new heights. More than 66,000 votes and $50,000 will benefit community causes ranging from a pet food bank to youth computer literacy.