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.
The average unbanked household spends an average of $800 to $1,000 each year just to cash checks and pay bills. On Thursday, individuals from across Oregon will search for answers together at the 2013 Financial Education Summit. Will your credit union have a seat at the table?
Northwest legislators will see the credit union financial literacy mission in action during live Financial Reality Fair exercises next session. The Northwest Credit Union Foundation is providing grants to make the events possible during CU Day @ the Capitol.
Kasey Rockwell was honored with the Anna Read Award at the final annual meeting of the Credit Union Workers Association last week. CUWA has presented the annual award since 1986 for outstanding contributions to CUWA and the credit union movement.
Have you ever struggled to make a meeting interesting? A new Speakers Bureau resource will help credit union professionals plan more compelling, educational and relevant events. It’s also a great way to offer your own expertise as a speaker.
The NWCUA is preparing to launch a speakers bureau and is looking for experts in various fields who can share their knowledge and expertise with others in the credit union movement.
Registration is now open for the 2012 Credit Union Development Education (DE) training class. In addition to a wealth of information, the six-day total immersion program offers global perspective and helps participants effect positive change through the credit union movement.
This award recognizes chapters for their contributions to the success of the credit union movement in the Northwest.
NWCUA hosted a delegation of credit union officials from Ecuador, taking them to four NW credit unions as part of the World Councilâ€™s International Partnership Program.
In 1988 Kasey Rockwell began her credit union journey as a teller at First Tech Federal Credit Union in Beaverton, Ore., an experience that gave her a solid understanding of the important role credit unions play in the lives of everyday people.