Stacie Wyss-Schoenborn, president and CEO of Central Willamette Credit Union in Albany, Oregon, has been appointed to serve on the Business Oregon Commission. Nominated by Governor Tina Kotek last year, the Oregon State Senate officially voted on her confirmation on February 14.
InRoads Credit Union, in partnership with their members and employees, contributed $138,853 towards 52 local charitable organizations, schools and scholarships […]
Amid dreams of a beautiful wedding or new home, OnPoint Community Credit Union emphasizes the importance of an often-overlooked aspect of commitment – financial security.
Unitus Community Credit Union is once again partnering with the Internal Revenue Service and Metropolitan Family Services (MFS)-CASH Oregon to […]
Expanded eligibility for continuing, nontraditional, and vocational students and a nearly 50% increase in funding aimed at addressing changing needs and educational landscape; applications will be accepted Feb. 1-March 31.
Valley CU, based in Salem is a not-for-profit, cooperative credit union, owned by the 6,000+ members using its services.
The combined credit union would become the third largest in Portland, Oregon area.
GoWest’s Lexy Strong can help you plan and create a successful chapter.
Staff logged the time through an OCCU program that provides employees with 40 hours of paid time each year to volunteer in the community.
OnPoint Community Credit Union and its Employees Donated More Than $63,000 to Four United Way Chapters
The donation will support programs focused on health, housing, and financial stability for kids and vulnerable families in the region.
Sharing stories about your philanthropy, the services you offer, and the many ways you serve lawmakers’ constituents can shape legislative decisions that have a lasting effect on the industry.
First Tech Federal Credit Union Reinforces Philanthropic Commitment, Contributing $3.6M to Nonprofits in 2023
Through collective efforts by First Tech’s dedicated members, employees, and community, the annual grant includes $2.23 million in direct charitable giving and $1.5 million in fundraising for Credit Unions for Kids.
Meals on Wheels, Rose Haven and Portland Housing Center are among the latest recipients in a record year of giving for Oregon’s largest credit union.
This tradition, running since 2011, pays homage to the late Bob Burns, a revered credit union executive and community leader.
The Portland Business Journal ranked Oregon’s largest credit union first among banks and wealth management firms.
Unitus’ new Cascade Station Branch will offer expanded services, including a Virtual Teller Machine (VTM) and Saturday hours.
The award recognizes credit unions that do an extraordinary job incorporating credit union philosophy into daily operations.
Applications will be accepted through Dec. 15.
Volunteers at the Oregon Food Bank partnered together to help repack 5,624 pounds of food, which translated to 4,686 individual meals.
Four women lead credit unions within the GoWest community.