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
Everence FCU lives out the principle of stewardship through loan, investment, and deposit products.
A loan doesn’t have to be massive to be mighty. These high-impact programs have an outsize effect on members and communities.
Silver State Schools’ savings program has helped students in low-income schools tuck away more than $250,000 in five years.
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Quicken Loans might be underpinning the revitalization of Detroit, but financial cooperatives are serving the long-awaited renaissance in their own ways.
Suncoast Credit Union’s decade-long investment in solar and sustainability have brightened its triple bottom line.
Credit unions in California and Vermont share how they help employees maintain healthy habits.
The ability to create shared member value differentiates credit unions from other financial services providers.