kids on a video call talking together about stress Screenshot of the Redwood CU video series.

To help people and communities get through the pandemic’s challenges, credit unions have stepped up their efforts in many ways through cash donations, food drives and free financial education. But a California credit union found a different way to help its school-age students and their families cope with the many stresses and anxieties created by the coronavirus crisis.

Earlier this year, the $6.6 billion Redwood Credit Union in Santa Rosa, Calif., partnered with social and emotional experts to produce videos that share age-appropriate ideas, strategies and tips to help families and their children cope with the daily difficulties of isolated lives during the pandemic.

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