The HR services provider prides itself on delivering outstanding service and results for credit unions of any asset size.
With its Cultural Passport campaign, Global is inspiring its community to invest in local culture and offering a $1,000 reward to one lucky participant.
CO-OP’s millennial campaign continues to attract new audiences to the credit union message.
Challenge to “use the power of community to financially empower, educate and protect those who need it most” is open to all, with $10,000 prize.
Northwest credit unions, through Credit Unions for Kids funded another legacy with the $1 million endowment of a neonatology professorship at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland. Said a grateful Dr. Bob Schelonka, “This will help us learn how to better care for the tiniest of babies.”
The new bylaws, created by work group of credit union leaders, includes updates to cover evolving governance practices.
DDJ Myers and the NWCUA combine transformational program with deep credit union experience to move the Northwest movement forward.
Free event shows off Filene Research Institute’s latest programs to enrich member experience and drive success.
The credit union think tank’s innovation program will welcome two new participants from the Northwest.
Debit card processing anchors the PFI experience at Elfcu, but the service doesn’t stop there. Elfcu’s relationship with CO-OP enables a world of access, from CO-OP Shared Branching to CO-OP ATMs, mobile deposits, credit processing, a member call center and more.
The World Council of Credit Unions has become a worldwide leader in financial inclusion, most recently transforming the lives of nearly 1.4 million people in rural Mexico. In this guest article, Matt Garcia reports on the impact the WOCCU, new technologies and Mexico’s credit unions are having in Mexico.
In the aftermath of a deadly mudslide in Washington, credit unions and their members and business partners come together in the spirit of “people helping people” to raise money for housing, supplies and other immediate needs.
In countless ways big and small, Northwest credit unions have come together in the spirit of “people helping people” to make sure their neighbors have what they need in the wake of one of the deadliest mudslides in U.S. history.
Contributions are now being accepted by the Northwest Credit Union Foundation to help survivors of the massive mudslide in Oso, Washington, which has left at least 33 people dead. Funds will be used to help pay for housing, supplies and other immediate needs.
Northwest Credit Union Foundation board members gather in Seattle to put an exclamation point on 2013 and plot a course for playing an even greater role in developing leaders and cultivating opportunities that improve the well-being of Northwest communities.
April and September sessions of the National Credit Union Foundation’s Development Education program are filling up fast. The training can be “transformative,” recent graduates say.
Financial education grants from the National Credit Union Foundation can help credit unions leverage the award-winning Biz Kid$ television show and related materials in their own financial literacy programs. Applications for the grants are being accepted now.
After 41 years at the helm, Wayne Langei has announced that he will step down as CEO of Bellingham’s WECU in 2014. One of three executive vice presidents will succeed Langei in August; he’ll stay on as a consultant through January 2015.