Changes in how and why Americans make charitable donations and investments will create opportunities for the National Credit Union Foundation and its supporters, according to the departing executive director of the National Credit Union Foundation.

Steve Delfin will leave the Foundation at the end of this year to accept a position as CEO of America's Charities, but before he left he said a number of different philanthropic trends are favoring credit unions.

"I think there are a number of different things that are coming together that will favor the National Credit Union Foundation and its programs over the next three to five years," Delfin said, during a final interview with the Credit Union Times' as executive director. "I am very proud of the foundation and its board that the organization is positioned in a way that will enable it to take advantage of the new opportunities."

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