Credit unions’ financial education efforts are making a difference and the National Credit Union Foundation is sharing that information state-by-state.
Florida CEO to be honored by NCUF at CUNA GAC in March.
The New York Times pointed to the National Credit Union Foundation’s efforts to help borrowers with poor credit get car loans.
Credit union industry backing of financial literacy series called a key to its survival.
After a six year run under the watchful eye of the Washington Credit Union League and its foundation, the BizKid$ show on financial literacy and entrepreneurship has a new parent–the National Credit Union Foundation.
Seattle-based financial literacy show now aired on 340 public television stations.
As the National Credit Union Foundation continues to collect data for its 2011 Credit Union Member Education Inventory, some preliminary data has revealed that in 2010, 200 credit unions reached 182,000 students through classroom presentations and over a million people were provided financial counseling or advice.
Members who may not have the ability to buy a car are getting a second chance through North Side Community Federal Credit Union.
Credit unions re-open, relocate in wake of most deadly tornado in recorded U.S. history.
The misery index for credit union managers, employees and members who survived the April 27 sweep of killer tornadoes across seven states was no less than that shared by most residents.