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MADISON, Wis. – CUNA Mutual Group is making a major financial commitment to help aid in the disaster relief from Hurricane Katrina. It is contributing $150,000 to the National Credit Union Foundation’s National Disaster Relief Fund that will specifically help credit unions and leagues recover. “CUNA Mutual employees are working with credit unions to assess damages and help them resume business operations,” said CUNA Mutual CEO Jeff Post. “Our company is also making this additional financial contribution to support the individuals, credit unions, and credit union leagues impacted by the devastation of the hurricane.”

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