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  • One Less Worry Following a Disaster

    May
    31
    One Less Worry Following a Disaster

    In addition to the obvious advantages of outsourcing certain credit union functions – cost savings, freeing up staff, enhancing member service – you can add one more. That is recovering more quickly after a disaster, as several credit unions found out during a couple of last year’s high-profile storms.

    Posted By Bridget Bowles read more
  • 45 KS & MO CUs Join 525 Organizations and Pledged Support of Open Your Eyes

    May
    31
    45 KS & MO CUs Join 525 Organizations and Pledged Support of Open Your Eyes

    We're up to 45 credit unions  (plus HCUA) that have pledged to the Open Your Eyes initiative. We've raised nearly $1 million in Kansas and Missouri. Nationwide, $36 million has been pledged to Open Your Eyes.

    Posted By Susan Dyer read more
  • Credit Unions Get Employees Involved

    May
    28
    Credit Unions Get Employees Involved

    See the creative ways that credit unions encourage their employees to go the extra mile for the credit union mission.

    Posted By Bridget Bowles read more
  • Jeff City CUs Unions Report Minimal Damage After Tornado, River Region Offers Support to Community

    May
    24
    Jeff City CUs Unions Report Minimal Damage After Tornado, River Region Offers Support to Community

    Credit unions in Jefferson City are assessing damage and digging out from a tornado that ripped through the heart of the city on Wednesday night. Most credit union are reporting no or minimal damage. In true credit union spirit, Region Region is offering support to other organizations in the community.

    Posted By Susan Dyer read more
  • CUlead Spotlight: Tammy Hermosillo, Missouri Valley Federal Credit Union

    May
    23
    CUlead Spotlight: Tammy Hermosillo, Missouri Valley Federal Credit Union

    We're excited to get to know the 2019 CUlead class – and we'd thought you would too! Each week, we'll feature one of these future leaders in our CUlead Spotlight. This week, we meet Tammy Hermosillo, Missouri Valley Federal Credit Union member solutions manager.

    Posted By Bridget Bowles read more
  • A Strong Addition to the HCUA Team - Michael Natale, IT Director

    May
    22
    A Strong Addition to the HCUA Team - Michael Natale, IT Director

    Michael Natale joined HCUA in early May as our IT director. Already in the thick of things, Mike works with our item processing team and keeping the infrastructure of our organization running smoothly!

    Posted By Bridget Bowles read more
  • Students Love the Bite of Reality App

    May
    21
    Students Love the Bite of Reality App

    The verdict is in... students love the Bite of Reality app! Ozark Federal Credit Union (Poplar Bluff, MO) used the app during recent reality fairs for Doniphan High School and Three Rivers College. Combined, they reached nearly 300 students. Community leaders and credit union employees volunteered at the events.  

    Posted By Nora Revie read more
  • Foundation Cup Brings in almost $60,000 for HCUCF

    May
    20
    Foundation Cup Brings in almost $60,000 for HCUCF

    The second annual Foundation Cup raised almost $60,000 for the Heartland Credit Union Charitable Foundation’s grants and scholarships while hosting 50 credit union leaders for networking, fun, and festivities.

    Posted By Nora Revie read more
  • When a Conference is Specifically Tailored to You

    May
    20
    When a Conference is Specifically Tailored to You

    Our Marketing & Lending Conference, which is just around the corner, is two days focused specifically on marketing and lending for credit unions! All of your fellow attendees also work at credit unions. The ideas you will get from the sessions and your fellow attendees will be directly applicable to our daily lives at credit unions. The agenda has ten speakers and 20 sessions.

    Posted By Bridget Bowles read more
  • Credit Unions Award Scholarships

    May
    20
    Credit Unions Award Scholarships

    Three credit unions share their 2019 scholarship winners and explain a little about their scholarship programs, criteria, and award amounts. 

    Posted By Bridget Bowles read more

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