On Tuesday, June 13, Merrimack Valley Credit Union (MVCU) awarded a total of $17,500 in scholarships to 16 high school students from southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
George Floyd murder was galvanizing moment in effort to establish Black-led state-chartered, federally insured credit union reports David Baumann of CUCollaborate.
Chip Filson shares the story of how one credit union started over sixty years ago, and why the credit unions has stuck firm to its goal of providing “passionately local banking.”
Helping their members and their communities is at the very heart of what credit unions do, and the holiday season is the perfect time to demonstrate that commitment. Emily Claus details a few of the many ways credit unions are spreading holiday cheer and how your credit union can get involved.
The Summit Federal Credit Union will sponsor the 5th Buffalo Wine and Chocolate Festival on Saturday, November 12th. The festival features numerous regional wine and chocolate vendors, as well as other local businesses.
On October 10th, 2022, the credit union industry celebrated the fourth annual CU Kind Day. Emily Claus reports on the event and how credit unions chose to give back to their communities this year.
Chip Filson analyzes Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union’s 110 years of service and commitment to the community, along with lessons other credit unions can take away from its success.
One schedule speaker was missing at GAC this year when he chose instead to help refugees at the Ukraine border; Chip Filson shares that speaker’s story and how he embodies the credit union creed of “people helping people.”