The credit union invited community members to vote on who should get the grants, and money went to everything from a children’s book bank to an emergency shelter for women and children.
Catalyst Corporate’s quarterly survey finds CEO confidence rebounding.
Oregon Business Magazine listed six credit unions in their sixth annual list of the 100 best Oregon nonprofits to work for.
The National Credit Union Administration awarded more than $517,000 in grants to low-income credit unions Thursday to fund new-product development, student internships and CDFI certification. Six Northwest credit unions were among the recipients.
Other than meeting the “patient families” perhaps nothing results in more emotional and financial support for Credit Unions for Kids than the “Fleet of Little Red Wagons.” The tradition takes center stage at the Boardwalk of Miracles dinner and auction in Portland Oct. 9.
More than 200 Washington consumers have opened Save to Win accounts since the program launched just a month ago. The first cash prize drawings will put $50 into the hands of five lucky winners May 14.
Next Monday, six Washington credit unions will launch Save to Win, a program that offers consumers a chance to win monthly and annual cash prizes as a reward for building financial assets.
According to Catalyst Corporate Federal Credit Union’s quarterly CU CEO Confidence Index, credit union CEOs are becoming increasingly confident that the economy is on the mend.
On the heels of a recent audit, CUNA’s Bill Hampel suggests that in order for credit unions to pay back the remaining $5.2 billion in corporate stabilization funds, the industry could be paying 10bp for the next six years.
Holly Herman will be the featured presenter at the NWCUA’s Woman Up Seminar, a one-day event held April 19 to help women in the movement advance their careers and excel as leaders. Here she writes about six keys to keeping staff motivated.