Lights, Camera, Action: Students Take to the Silver Screen in Inspiring CapEd Contest
CapEd is creating space for creativity and skill development for students where there aren’t many opportunities – film.
Idaho Advocates Turn Out in Force for Credit Union Day at the Capitol
Nearly 50 legislators met with credit union advocates to learn how credit unions invest billions of dollars and thousands of hours into Idaho’s communities.
Numerica Promotes Cherie Patterson to Branch Manager
Born and raised in North Idaho, Patterson has worked for Numerica for nearly a decade.
Horizon Launches the Latest in Drive-Up Technology at New Boise Branch
The new branch is the first Horizon location in Southern Idaho to offer extended drive-up hours with two video teller machines, also known as Interactive Teller Machines (ITMs).
Giving a Boost to Small Businesses in East Idaho
Discover how partnering with the GoWest Foundation enhanced one credit union’s community impact.
North Idaho Chapter of Credit Unions Donated $18,000 to Newby-ginnings
Seventy people representing eight different area credit unions were present for the dinner.
Mountain America Teams Donate 2,300 Service Hours Across Six States During ‘Month of Caring’
Employees provided thousands of hours of community service during credit union’s 4th annual initiative; service activities included donating to schools, beautifying parks and preparing care packages for youth.
STCU Awards $40,000 in Classroom Grants
The not-for-profit credit union, which was founded by teachers, is honoring its roots by awarding a total of $40,000 to 200 winners drawn at random.
Idaho Central Credit Union Donates School Supplies
Twenty-one supplies-filled backpacks were given to students in need at two Canyon County Head Start Centers.
Mountain America CU Launches 2022-23 Education Grants Program
The credit union will award $20,000 in grants to 10 educators, which is up from $15,000 in previous years.
$400K ICCU Donation Brings Family Fun to Local Park
The new splashpad will be about 2,700 square feet of space and comfortably accommodate 100 children at a time.
Idaho Central Credit Union CEO Kent Oram Announces Retirement
The credit union’s board of directors has selected current EVP and COO Brenda Worrell to succeed Oram. She’ll take the reins of the organization on Jan. 1, 2023.