Author: Alex Robinson
This is Columbia Credit Union’s seventh recognition since 2017.
The new location provides the community with easy access to a full suite of financial services, financial education tools and resources.
A holistic approach to empowering residents to break the cycle of homelessness and regain their independence is the driving force behind C-Roots’ efforts.
Jayln, a fifth-grade student at Columbia River Gorge Elementary School in Washougal, Washington, serves as the first Unitus CEO at the new JA BizTown branch.
Over 250 employees rolled up their sleeves to work on 27 service projects.
This free event will begin at 7 p.m. sharp on Nov. 7.
A tentative open date for the 2,400-square-foot space has been set for summer 2024.
Fundraiser collects $14,000 to serve the children of Southwest Washington and Oregon through the iQ for Kids Foundation.
One dollar from every drink sold at Spokane-area Dutch Bros was donated to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
In this role, he will oversee the credit union’s branch and member service teams, financial products and services, and community development.
Kearney will assume the role of chief executive officer in October 2024.
Jon Bruflat has been with Vantage West since 2010.
The transaction offers $258 million of fixed-rate notes and follows a $275 million offering in October 2022.
Unitus will now be considered for national-level awards through the Credit Union National Association.
It’s the largest annual total in the Foundation’s five-year history.
President and CEO Steven Stapp, and Senior Vice President and Chief Retail Officer Corlinda Wooden, are donating their time and expertise to WorldOregon and Sunshine Division, respectively.
Proceeds from this year’s tournament support three organizations that John McKibbin championed and align with Columbia Credit Union’s core value of community.
The credit union raised $4,060 for YHS, which has been at capacity for some time.
The event raised $57,500 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
On Sept. 19, the credit union’s “Go-Givers” embarked on their sixth annual day of volunteering.