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By James Major | May 9, 2022

Since its launch in 2010, the credit union’s Summer Youth Employment Program has helped young members earn an income, save money, and build financial wellness.

By Marc Rapport | April 11, 2022

The Connecticut credit union has an in-depth plan for how it plans to help narrow the racial wealth gap and expand access to underbanked consumers.

By Marc Rapport | April 11, 2022

Through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, cooperatives help prep and file tax returns for underserved community members.

 

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By Aaron Passman | Feb. 7, 2022

A focus on reining in costs and changing organizational culture have transformed the Ohio-based institution.

By E.C. Harrison | Jan. 12, 2022

VSECU is one of a few financial institutions that serves the needs of cannabis businesses in Vermont. By doing so, the credit union addresses an area of financial exclusion within its field of membership.

By E.C. Harrison | Nov. 1, 2021

The Michigan cooperative is going against the grain of other FIs by serving moderate to low-income members, opening new branches, and tapping CDFI funds to lend to people in need.

By Marc Rapport | Nov. 1, 2021

A California credit union partners with local businesses and earns positive guilt by association.

By Sharon Simpson | Nov. 1, 2021

A small Delaware credit union offers insights from its first decade of service.

By Erik Payne | Oct. 11, 2021

USALLIANCE’s self-built neobank strategy is designed to serve the underserved and disintermediate encroaching fintechs.

By Marc Rapport | Aug. 2, 2021

Community development loan officers at Wright-Patt build on the cooperative’s position as Dayton’s leading mortgage lender.