Take Advantage of these Convenient, On-Demand, and Online DEI Trainings

GoWest makes it easier than ever to fulfill your credit union’s resolve to expand DEI programs and deliver on DEI promises through on-demand online training.

How WECU’s Video Strategy is Bolstering Local Businesses This Holiday Season

Four videos feature a local banking loan officer and spotlight independent small businesses in their local area to support this holiday season.

ICU Day is Oct. 20. What Does Your CU Have Planned?

Tell us how you will celebrate this year for a chance to be featured in an upcoming edition of On The Go!

TruWest Credit Union Donates $40,000 Grant Towards Helping First-Generation College Students

The grant covers tuition and fees for approximately 50 students at Mesa Community College and funds student leadership opportunities through stipends for First Year Experience program ambassadors for the 2022-2023 academic year.

How a Community Business Center Made Tongass FCU the Focal Point of Town

From a coffee shop and community garden to workshops and more — learn about the credit union’s recent project, “The Commons.”

TruWest Selected as #ILoveMyCreditUnion Raffle Winner

The Arizona-based credit union was one of ten credit unions who won $1,000 toward a charity of their choice.

Small Business Flex Fund Offers WA Small Businesses Flexible Capital

O Bee Credit Union has funded over $3 million into its communities through the Small Business Flex Fund and expects to double that in the coming months.

Crowdsourcing for a Cause: How Blue FCU Plans to Ease the Down Payment Pinch

The Wyoming-based credit union is testing a program that rewards members for contributing to a down payment fund for future homeowners.

Forbes Releases 2022 Best-in-State Credit Unions Ranking

More than 26,000 members across the nation were tapped to evaluate their credit unions on overall satisfaction and performance in six key areas.

Growing Together: Numerica Volunteers Help Preschoolers Plant Garden

The credit union’s Employee Choice Grant of $6,000 to the Northeast Youth Center made the project possible, and staff members were more than happy to roll up their sleeves and flex their green thumbs.