Regional Member News
A 93-year-old Grandmother’s Advice Earns Her and Her Grandson $50,000 Through New Program at Gesa Credit Union
The grandmother and grandson from Kennewick participated in Gesa Credit Union’s “Refer-a-Friend” promotion.
Solarity Credit Union, Yakima Federal Welcome Washington State Legislators to Discuss Community Empowerment
Committee members met with each organization to explore and discuss the role community-based financial institutions play in positively impacting our communities and providing banking services to the underserved.
Unitus’ new Cascade Station Branch will offer expanded services, including a Virtual Teller Machine (VTM) and Saturday hours.
The credit union’s history-making High School Credit Union Program now operates student-run branches at 13 schools across the state.
The award recognizes credit unions that do an extraordinary job incorporating credit union philosophy into daily operations.
The initiative aimed to collect essential cold weather gear for those in need as temperatures drop.
Both locations will join over 60 existing financial centers serving BECU’s more than 1.4 million members.
Harborstone Credit Union will purchase substantially all assets and assume substantially all liabilities of First Sound Bank.
Purpose-driven leader joins cooperative’s executive team in new role.
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.
Northern Colorado Credit Union, based in Greeley, kicked off the giving event Nov. 17.
In his role, Rudman will oversee BECU’s member journey across all channels.
Mountain America Credit Union, First Tech Federal Credit Union Highlighted on Money’s ‘Best Credit Unions’ list
The ranking considered opening balance requirements, interest paid, fees, and other factors at 273 of the nation’s largest financial institutions.
Proceeds will go directly to local food security programs for children and families in need through the OCCU Foundation Feeding Families Fund.
The credit union has added new products to its commercial banking line to better serve the diverse needs of its commercial members across all markets in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.
Mobilizing their passionate staff, they took to the streets of downtown Portland and Hillsboro in superhero capes, proudly displaying the Forrit name.
Marco Espinoza and Martha Henry have each worked at Numerica for several years.
Individuals or credit unions interested in joining or supporting YCUP PDX are encouraged to contact them.
Most recently, Cindy Thompson served as treasurer at Horizon Credit Union for two years, following 16 years at Numerica Credit Union.
Withers has been with Meridian Trust for 32 years.