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Financial Health Federal Credit Union (FHFCU) is creating measurable positive impact in their community though a partnership with the United Way to facilitate six Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) locations around Indianapolis. VITA is a national program of the IRS that offers free tax help to... Learn more
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Tired of getting nickle and dimed by your bank? Consider joining a Credit Union. Maintenance fees, minimum balance fees, overdraft fees - the list is endless. If your bank is taking a bite out of your budget, consider taking your business to a credit union. Credit unions offer the same services as... Learn more
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Tired of getting nickle and dimed by your bank? Consider joining a Credit Union. Maintenance fees, minimum balance fees, overdraft fees - the list is endless. If your bank is taking a bite out of your budget, consider taking your business to a credit union. Credit unions offer the same services as... Learn more
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The World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU) will be resuming its efforts to rebuild the credit union sector in Liberia, which has recently been declared free of Ebola. “We are quite pleased to restart a project that will bring access to financial services to thousands of Liberians over the next two... Learn more
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A total of 170 credit unions participating in the 2014 Miracle Match by CO-OP program raised a record $3.1 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, $1 million of which was matching funds provided by CO-OP Financial Services. See more at: http://www.cuinsight.com/press-release/record-3-1-... Learn more
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This April, 11 Northeast Ohio credit unions are teaming up to promote financial education to area high school students. Their flagship event, entitled "Mad City Money," is a scholarship competition held at Lakeland Community College , where over 300 students from 60 area schools will compete in a... Learn more
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Here's another example of how credit unions show "concern for their communities"......1st Financial Federal Credit Union accepts invitation to become the financial partner with the City of St. Louis Treasurer’s Office and S.L.A.T.E. for the latter’s Summer Youth Employment and Financial Capability... Learn more
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A fully operational student-run credit union opened in University High School on Wednesday afternoon (4/23/14). The purpose of the branch is not only to serve the financial needs of teachers and students, but to promote financial literacy and give student workers real-world experience. To read more... Learn more
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Want to learn more about how your cooperative can appeal to the twenty-something-and-under crowd? Join us on November 9. 2012, to learn how Three Rivers Credit Union and the Young and Free Indiana program are doing just that. Aly Hess, the Young and Free Indiana Spokester for 2012-2013, will show... Learn more
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The Go Co-op website is filled with stories about amazing cooperatives. The Self Help Credit Union is one of these amazing cooperatives. When Martin Eakes was a teenager growing up in a poor, rural community outside of Greensboro, N.C., his best friend was shot and killed on a playground near... Learn more
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