Though tickets are available past September 16, the Hollywood Glamour-themed auction needs items by that date. It’s already seen impressive contributions, from dinner with Seahawks great Steve Largent to a basket drive and much more.
The credit union is inviting anyone to take advantage of this free service, and will also collect donations for local community partners.
The NWCUA’s dinner and auction benefitting Credit Unions for Kids is less than a month away. Deadline for auction donations extended to September 26 to raise record amounts of money for the kids.
10 Tips to Help Members Watch Their Wallets, Shop Wisely and Protect Their Personal Information Online
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum offers 10 practical tips that credit unions can share with members to help them guard against the ever-increasing risk of cyber fraud.
A “Real Housewives of Portland” basket, gift certificates to Portland’s trendiest restaurants, and an Arizona Spring Training Vacation are up for grabs at the Credit Unions for Kids Auction. Can you top that? Donations are still being accepted for the big event.
Northwest credit unions hope to raise $100,000 for Credit Unions for Kids at the Boardwalk of Miracles auction on Oct. 9. Seventeen sponsored tables have already been sold for the semi-formal dinner. Sponsorship and donation opportunities are still available.
A proud tradition returns to the NWCUA convention this year—the Credit Unions for Kids Dinner and Auction. The “Boardwalk of Miracles” theme gives the credit union movement’s “charity of choice” a monopoly on fundraising the evening of October 9, 2013.
According to nationally renowned credit union executive coach Yvonne Evers, the ideal relationship between a credit union CEO and his or her board of directors involves finding the sweet spot between micromanagement and rubber-stamping.
Making sure its regulatory catalogue is up to date, the agency reviews rules every three years, and schedules reviews of portions of its regulations on a rotating basis.
Show youth that saving rocks at your credit union during National Credit Union Youth Weekâ„¢,
April 11-24, 2011. The National Youth Saving Challengeâ„¢ is a great opportunity to get youth to open new accounts
and deposit their money at your credit union.