Surpassing its goal of helping 300 students, Pleasanton, Calif.-based 1st United Services supplied 471 students with new school supplies in its back-to-school drive.
New England Federal Credit Union in Willison, Vt., awarded $1,000 to five winners of the National Guard Association of Vermont scholarship program.
Scott Credit Union supported the United Way of Greater St. Louis by issuing a $25,000 donation. The funds were raised during the Edwardsville, Ill.-based CU's 13th annual golf tournament, which included over 120 golfers and sponsors.
DuPont Community Credit Union was the winner of the 2019 Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award for credit unions valued at $1 billion or more in assets.
Warner Robins, Ga.-based Robins Financial Credit Union supported the Rescue Mission of Middle Georgia with a donation. The Rescue Mission of Middle Georgia provides meals and shelter to those in need.
A member of the Wichita, Kan.-based Credit Union of America won $5,000 from the CU's save-to-win program.
Financial Center First sponsored a local fundraiser and school supplies drive. The Indianapolis, Ind.-based CU donated four bins of school supplies and $500 to the cause.
Credit Union of Georgia in Woodstock, Ga., helped raise over $47,000 for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta in its 16th annual bowl-a-thon fundraiser.
Jeanne D'Arc Credit Union in Lowell, Mass., announced Stepping Stones Family Services as the winner of its nonprofit day campaign. Stepping Stones Family provides child care items free of charge and offers other programs geared toward helping mothers.
The effort is the first offshoot of Project REACh, which is designed to bring together business leaders, government officials and advocates to help improve financial services options for disadvantaged communities.
The agency’s final rule modernizing the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act limits calls to seven per week, but collectors won stronger protections from liability claims and other key changes to the original proposal.
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The digital bank is on a larger mission to attract younger customers. It's inserting itself into the popular video game in the hope that game players will learn about its products and have fun at the same time.