Preparedness, Good Service Key for Robbery Training

USAgencies recently completed NWCUA robbery training, providing staff solid grounding should the situation arise, as it did for more than 340 credit unions nationally last year.

USAgencies Credit Union Staff Volunteers at Homeless Resource Center

A team of USAgencies staff and family members spent a recent Saturday helping a Portland-based homeless-focused agency to prepare for the winter ahead. The event coincided with International Credit Union Day and won the credit union a $2,500 gift certificate to Strategic Link Consulting.

Loyal to this Outfit: How USAgencies Earned the Loyalty of One Veteran

How one credit union’s extraordinary personal service won over a loyal member not just for life, but for generations.

News & Notes: Here’s What’s Happening Around the Northwest

iQ Credit Union “Mustache” You to Shop Local; USAgencies Credit Union Rallies Tons of Toys for the Holidays; NW Priority Credit Union Raises Sleighful of Toys; St. Helens Community Credit Union Cuts Ribbon on New Branch.

News & Notes: Here’s What’s Happening Around the Northwest

Eight Northwest credit unions named among the nation’s healthiest; BECU awards $100,000 to nonprofits; USAgencies Credit Union launches social media campaign supporting Credit Unions for Kids; Verity Credit Union marketing chief sings national anthem at a Mariners game.

Northwest Credit Unions Respond to Shutdown: USAgencies Eases Worker’s ‘Momentary Panic’ With Furlough Assistance Program

Barry Hansen is still on the job as a fire management officer for the U.S. Forest Service in Lakeview, Ore. But he won’t get a paycheck this week, thanks to the federal government’s shutdown. And that was cause for “momentary panic”—until USAgencies Credit Union stepped in to help.