In the aftermath of destruction many are driven by the need to help. Given the tremendous work ahead for CUs in New York and Washington, CUNA Mutual field representatives suggest that CUs contact their leagues to coordinate contributions. According to the American Red Cross, monetary donations are the best way to help for now. To locate additional charities the websites www.libertyunites.org or www.helping.org can be helpful. Here is a just short list of organized relief efforts: NAFCU Foundation/American Red Cross Relief Fund C/O NAFCU Attn: Joe Boyle 3138 North 10th Street Arlington, Virginia 22201-2149 New York CU Foundation c/o the New York State CU League Inc. Attn: Frank Kerbein P.O. Box 15118 Albany, NY 12212-5118 Wiring instructions are: Initiate Wire Transfer Empire Corporate Federal Credit Union ABA#: 221381715 New York Credit Union Foundation Disaster Relief Account #221304763 Reference: World Trade Center Attack Ohio Credit Union Foundation c/o WTC/Pentagon Relief Fund 5815 Wall St. Dublin, Ohio 43017 North Carolina Credit Union Foundation c/o Disaster Relief Fund Attn: Steve Elam P.O. Box 49379 Greensboro, NC 27419 MCUF/September 11th Fund 15800 N. Haggerty Rd. Plymouth, Michigan 48070. Space Coast Credit Union c/o September 11 Fund P. O. Box 2470 Melbourne, FL 32902-2470 Navy Federal Pentagon Disaster Relief Fund PO Box 3000 Merrifield, VA 22119-3000 NYC Fallen Firefighters Fund c/o LAFCU P.O. Box 60890 Los Angeles, CA 90060-0890 Los Angeles Firemen’s CU is collecting for the NYC Fallen Firefighters Fund and checks can be made payable to the NYC Fallen Firefighters Fund, account # 63370S1. NYC Fire Fighters Relief Fund Orange County’s CU ATTN: AFA/CO NYC Firefighters P.O. Box 11777 Santa Ana, CA 92711-1777 The New York Firefighters 9-11 Disaster Relief Fund c/o International Association of Firefighters PO Box 65858 Washington, DC 20035-5858 or online at www.firedonations.com Twin Towers Fund General Post Office PO Box 26999 New York, NY 10087-6999 WTC Police Disaster Relief Fund NYS Fraternal Order of Police Foundation c/o WTC Police Disaster Fund 911 Police Plaza Hicksville, NY 118011801 Salvation Army The Salvation Army, Disaster Services 120 West 14th St. New York, N.Y., 10011 or by calling (800) 725-2769 American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund American Red Cross c/o Disaster Relief Fund P.O. Box 37243 Washington, DC 20013 or by calling (800) HELP- NOW or online at www.redcross.org Contributions to the Disaster Relief Fund may also be sent to local Red Cross chapters.
The equity distribution was the second since the Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund was merged with the SIF.
The drop suggests the housing market is still struggling as buyers strain to find affordable options.
PSCU also announced that almost 50% of its employees completed training on the significance of the credit union movement.
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