The funds come from CO-OP Financial Services, which recognized the tremendous effort by Oregon credit unions in raising funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
The monthly complaint snapshot highlights consumer complaints about bank accounts and services. Also, legal briefs and compliance questions answered.
Northwest Credit Union Association-backed bills on credit freezes, foreclosure, and mortgage fraud are progressing in the Washington legislature. Expect to see a flurry of activity in the final three weeks of the session.
Thirty years after founding Credit Unions for Kids, Northwest credit unions keep the tradition strong with contributions of nearly $100,000 to two Oregon children’s hospitals. Toys, wagons and baby swings were part of the bounty.
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.
Get the latest resources after June’s TCPA ruling by the FCC; your question answered about how to handle garnishments for members with multiple account types; plus this week’s legal briefs
Inspirus pledges $25K to help teachers buy supplies; NW Priority raises over $8K to fight muscular dystrophy.
The credit union partnered with KXLY, the Red Cross, Washington State University, and local firefighters to raise thousands of dollars for those impacted by the fires.
A Massachusetts court ruling may make you want to revisit your agreement language; your question answered about TILA/RESPA timing requirements; plus this week’s legal briefs.
Staying true to its educational roots, Maps honors local students with scholarships to help them achieve their educational goals.
The lifesaving nonprofit will purchase new equipment that will make search and rescue operations safer and more effective.
Learn more about the Supreme Court’s decision; your question answered on refunding garnishments; plus this week’s legal briefs.
Northwest credit unions earned over $200k from the program in 2014. Jones and Oregon Community see it as an easy way to raise Credit Unions for Kids funds.
Want to easily help raise awareness of credit unions’ financial education activities as well as support them? Here is your chance.
Credit unions must submit their checks using a simple form by January 16 for funds to count towards 2014 fundraising totals.
Join the Shop for Miracles event and rally your members to raise funds for the Children’s Miracle Network on International Credit Union Day.
Credit Unions for Kids, CUNA and the World Council of Credit Unions will sponsor “Shop for Miracles” this fall — a one-day fundraising campaign to support Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. The event will help celebrate International Credit Union Day on Oct. 16, and includes a pledge from CO-OP Financial Services to provide matching funds through its Miracle Match program.
The World Council of Credit Unions has partnered with Boom Financial to offer an international mobile remittance solution for immigrant workers and their families, many of whom are unbanked.