Pending regulatory approval, the combined credit union would have assets of over $160 million and serve more than 12,000 members in eight Oregon counties.
With support from her credit union, Tara Dreher traveled to the far side of the world with Habitat for Humanity to build homes for two Balinese families. She said the experience changed her forever.
The credit unions of Oregon and Washington are mobilizing their foundation, in collaboration with the local Red Cross and the National Credit Union Foundation, to support victims of the wildfires scorching the Northwest.
“We will continue to share the credit union difference with our legislators until our bill receives a vote, and we are confident that we will have the support we need when that time comes,” said NWCUA Director of Legislative Advocacy Jennifer Wagner, who is on Capitol Hill with a group of Northwest credit union advocates this week.