A month after Hurricane Sandy’s devastation, the SBA said it has approved more than $150 million in disaster loans in four states.
More than $100,000 has been distributed to about 90 credit union members, employees and volunteers.
The National Credit Union Foundation said it has now raised more than $175,000 to benefit credit union people affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Shutts & Bowen LLP announced that François Henriquez has joined the firm. Henriquez is the former president/CEO of U.S. Central Credit Union.
Of the 2,000 credit unions located in the path of Hurricane Sandy, 838 were unable to operate, in varying degrees, during the difficult days following the super storm, according to the NCUA. And it took nearly a full week before most of those credit unions were be back in business...
The Credit Union Association of New York said more than $70,000 raised by its foundation's disaster relief fund to help victims in the industry.
Former Credit Union Times editor named executive vice president, strategic communications and engagement, at CUNA.
NCUF says $30,000 more in one day, while CU*SWAG pledges T-shirt take and America First donates $3,500 to Red Cross.
The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues have donated $10,000 to the CUAid program to assist those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
New Jersey, New York leagues say financial assistance need is great, thank the industry for its support.