Cooperative Strategy

Community

By Erik Payne | Oct. 26, 2020

Five credit unions share how they volunteer when in-person gatherings are more difficult than ever.

By Marc Rapport | Oct. 26, 2020

A group of member-owned cooperatives and their league helped strapped residents and businesses through state programs.

By Sharon Simpson | Oct. 19, 2020

Even the most basic principles of a credit union’s work are worth celebrating. This credit union tells its story while engaging its community.

 

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By Maurice Smith | Oct. 12, 2020

Can market forces balance racial inequities?

By Marc Rapport | Sept. 28, 2020

Simeon Chapin plays an integral role in communicating and executing Vermont State Employees Credit Union’s goals to make a local and global difference.

By E.C. Harrison | Aug. 17, 2020

Leaders today must consider what “concern for community” means for fairness in hiring, upward mobility, and inclusiveness in the workplace.

By Erik Payne | June 22, 2020

When the coronavirus pandemic created economic hardship for Atlanta contract workers, the city turned to a local credit union to disburse tax-free funds and bridge the income gap.

By Erik Payne | April 14, 2020

Two partnerships allow Northern Credit Union to help community members lead better financial lives.

By E.C. Harrison | March 31, 2020

Executives at the National Credit Union Foundation and Interra Credit Union share why empathic leadership is important and discuss how credit unions and communities can positively impact lives amid a pandemic.

By E.C. Harrison | March 16, 2020

East Idaho Credit Union calls the state’s second-largest city home but also has branches in communities with fewer than 1,000 residents, where members are known to drive 30 miles or more to conduct their financial business.