What does “sustainability” mean for credit unions? It’s not just solar lending and green branches, although those do play a role at some shops. Sustainability means serving members today, tomorrow, and into the future. To do that, credit unions are rethinking their roles in and responsibilities for members, employees, communities, the environment, and more.
Credit unions are embracing their purpose and making values a cornerstone of their strategy. It’s possible to do well while doing good, and this Callahan Collection spotlights credit unions that are combining profit, passion, and the pursuit of happiness to achieve long-term sustainability.
Strategies For Sustainability
A Global Sustainability Program at United Nations Federal Credit Union comprises eight goals and programs to complete over a five-year period.
St. Louis Community Credit Union strives to be a positive force, and it has the impact report to prove it.
Credit unions are experimenting with employee-sponsored small-dollar loan programs at the urging of Filene and the FINRA Foundation.
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How an economic developer, money manager, and keen collaborator at the helm is empowering a green revolution at Vermont State Employees Credit Union.
A small Ohio credit union includes income replacement in a loan package aimed at spurring personal and community economic development.
A salary advance program at one of the nation’s largest credit unions helps members stop running in place and start saving for the future.
A coaching program at Wright-Patt Credit Union teaches members how to be responsible with money while enjoying life.
Doing the right thing is a business model that combines profit, passion, and the pursuit of happiness.
Credit unions across the country are boosting their minimum wage.
Everence FCU lives out the principle of stewardship through loan, investment, and deposit products.