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Kasa Stefczyka Corporate Branch in Gdhynia, Poland. (Source: WOCCU) Kasa Stefczyka’s corporate branch in Gdhynia, Poland. (Source: WOCCU)

Officials with Poland’s largest credit union, Kasa Stefczyka (more than one million members and 300 branches), recently met with WOCCU President/CEO Elissa McCarter LaBorde to explain their plans to help Ukrainian refugees who’ve fled the country since the Russian invasion began in February.

According to a statement released by WOCCU on Tuesday, McCarter LaBorde met with credit union President Loanna Medrzecka on April 22 to discuss how the credit union was providing financial products and services to refugees from Ukraine. Since the war began, Poland has taken in more than 2.6 million Ukrainian refugees, according to recent data from the United Nations.

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