The video contest that highlights local community involvement by the credit union industry across the country.
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.
Portland-based Point West Credit Union raised the Juntos Avanzamos flag during a ceremony August 17, symbolizing their commitment to serving the Hispanic and Latino communities.
Point West was chosen for the Non-Citizen Lending Program, which offers credit cards, personal loans, and vehicle loans to non-citizens at the same rates as traditional consumer lending products.
Northwest Young Credit Union Professionals welcomes industry professionals looking to make a difference to political advocacy on the ‘Que!
The 2016 awards bring the amount that the Foundation has given away in scholarships to more than $110,000 since 2005.
Sound opens West Seattle Branch; Gesa will match donations for Habitat for Humanity through December 24.
Point West “drives hope” to local nonprofit; Trailhead gets CDFI certified; Inspirus supports housing-insecure kids in Tukwila; Solarity announces winner of 2016-17 community partner vote.
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.
Getting no help from other financial institutions, the Lopez family found the financial expertise and attentive service they needed at Point West Credit Union.
The campaign supports Metropolitan Family Services’ “Ways to Work” program by inspiring members and the community to share their answers to the question, “What drives you?”
Newrizons, Lighthouse Community, and Point West were featured as CDFI success stories in a new video series from the NCUA. Read an update on Point West’s CDFI status since the video was filmed.
Point West Credit Union takes wraps off the Caring Tree; Fibre Federal pays out Save-to-Winners; Gesa Credit Union invites families to the carousel.
Point West Credit Union gets CDFI certified; Gesa Credit Union hosting free communication seminar; St. Helens Community Credit Union unveils new branding; Industrial Credit Union raises $27,500 for food banks; Unitus Community Credit Union’s Wine on the Willamette raises over $50,000.
Verity Credit Union named top nonprofit to work for in Washington, Point West Credit Union launches cause marketing campaign in cycle community, Gesa Credit Union provides dollar-for-dollar match to support two family shelters, and Industrial Credit Union helps feed Whatcom County families.
Solarity Credit Union finds success with new mobile deposit program, OSU Federal’s Bonnie Humphrey-Anderson is a Credit Union Times “Woman to Watch,” Providence Federal Credit Union does more for mudslide victims and Clackamas Federal Credit Union helps clean up the community.
St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union donates nine computers to a local school; Horizon Credit Union partners with Moses Lake High School for Financial Field Trips; Point West Credit Union’s bowlers raise nearly $3,000 for Credit Unions for Kids; Oregonians Credit Union opens a new branch in St. Johns; NW Preferred Federal Credit Union promotes Tracy Jones to vice president of operations/branch manager.