WASHINGTON — Thanks to $79,657 in dividends through the Pete Crear Fund, the African-American Credit Union Coalition will be able to continue some of its ongoing mentoring, financial education and global projects.

National Credit Union Foundation Executive Director Steve Delfin recently presented a check for $79,657 to AACUC Chairwoman Barbara Stephens. Launched in 2004 by the AACUC and named for Pete Crear, president/CEO of World Council of Credit Unions, the fund is administered through NCUF.

The check represents the most recent four quarterly dividends from the Pete Crear Fund, a donor-designated fund within the Community Investment Fund, according to NCUF. Credit unions that invest in the Crear Fund designate the dividends to benefit the AACUC. The money will be used for AACUC programs supporting financial education, mentoring, and small credit unions.

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