The credit union fully-funded 100 percent of the 29 teacher project requests posted, where funds for each project range from $ 200 to $ 3,342 for books, tablets, field trips and more.
The third branch features interactive teller machines to serve members in Snohomish County.
Students were selected from a group of 250 applicants and went through a rigorous interview process prior to being selected for the internship.
Surprise donation supported projects and classroom supplies through DonorsChoose.org.
Lesley Fox joins Inspirus Credit Union as CFO, focusing on accounting, treasury, investments, audits, taxes and accounting, purchasing and insurance initiatives.
With a generous donation, Inspirus Credit Union supported a diverse group of students at a Tukwila high school in sharing their Stories of Arrival.
Inspirus pledges $25K to help teachers buy supplies; NW Priority raises over $8K to fight muscular dystrophy.
The rebrand reflects the credit union’s recent expansion of its field of membership to everyone with a passion for education, and its continued commitment to its educational roots.