Economic & Community Impact
Credit unions help drive local economies and reinvest earnings into member-owners.
Economists at ECONorthwest, one of the region’s most respected economic firms, have performed an analysis of credit unions’ positive impact in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming.
Credit unions not only serve their members but also help drive local economies, which correlates to a positive impact across the region. Credit unions’ not-for-profit, cooperative structure, local footprint, and community engagement drive a unique impact that benefits the economy and provides people with tangible financial services and benefits they might not otherwise have access to.
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HR & Trainers Council; Sess. One
Denver Chapter Annual Meeting
Lenders Council; Session One
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On the Go Articles
Advantis Credit Union Celebrates the Completion of its New Campus in Oregon City
The new campus consolidates four separate office buildings in three different cities into a modern, 76,211-square-foot campus on 12 acres.
Unitus Community Credit Union Hosts 86th Annual Meeting, Announces New Board Leadership
Unitus’ President and CEO Steven Stapp, addressed the financial strength of the credit union amid the recent financial crises and announced three board members.
Ease Concerns About Recent Banks Failures with these Talking Points for Credit Unions
You can join the conversation with these provided resources to help calm people’s concerns and convey the difference in credit unions’ not-for-profit, cooperative structure.