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  On today’s podcast, we’re talking about volunteering. I’m a big proponent of volunteering and obviously, credit union people volunteer a lot. In fact, it’s part of the cooperative principles: principle #7: Concern for Community. We are going to be talking about purposeful volunteering as it’s one thing to go out and volunteer, but it’s another […]

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Remembering Becky Hart

10/25/16 | Christopher Morris

  The National Credit Union Foundation recently learned that Becky Hart, who retired in late 2015 as SVP of Advocacy from the Ohio Credit Union League, passed away after a brief battle with cancer. Becky was a Credit Union Development Educator (CUDE), graduating from the program in 2000 and worked with us closely at the Foundation when she managed […]

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  October 20th is International Credit Union (ICU) Day, a day to celebrate the credit union difference. At the National Credit Union Foundation, we focus a lot on the ‘people helping people’ philosophy that drives our movement and it’s important to remind staff, members and everyone about the amazing work we all do to build a better […]

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Remembering Dean Mahon

10/18/16 | Christopher Morris

  The National Credit Union Foundation recently learned that Dean Mahon, Strategic Planning & Microfinance Consultant for cooperatives around the world, passed away recently. Dean was instrumental in the creation of the Foundation’s Credit Union Development Education (DE) Training in 1982 with a core group of others such as Barb Main, Tony Schumacher, Carol Schillios, […]

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  Wouldn’t you like to make more of a difference with your credit union’s charitable giving? You’re not alone. 60% of surveyed credit union leaders and employees say they wish their credit union could give more.[1] In order to make a difference, how much you give matters, but so does who you give it to. […]

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