Amy Rapp said her group now has 16 workshops and plans to add more presenters and more curriculum.
You're a newly designated low-income credit union, congratulations! You now have access to tools that can be leveraged for growth and aren't available to all credit unions.
There are members who want to strike out on their own but just need a little start-up capital to get a small lawn care business going or market an electrical repair shop.
CU consultant shares some experiences with successful and not-so-successful brand delivery.
The $2.2. million Thurston Union of Low Income People Credit Union, headquartered in Olympia, Wash., is celebrating a $75,000 loan from the U.S. Treasury's Community Development Financial Capital Initiative.