THE COOPERATIVE CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION SERVES CREDIT UNIONS IN THE STATES OF DELAWARE, MASSACHUSETTS, NEW HAMPSHIRE, AND RHODE ISLAND.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rhode Island Credit Unions Take the Spotlight; Debut Better Banking TV to Foster Financial Literacy

In what might be considered a first for credit unions in the U.S., consumers subscribed to Cox Communications throughout the state of Rhode Island will have access to a new, monthly, 30-minute financial education TV program presented by the Credit Unions of Rhode Island and produced in-house by the Cooperative Credit Union Association as part of its BetterValues.BetterBanking. consumer awareness campaign. Read More.

Information Technology Professionals Help Kickoff CCUA’s New IT Network

IT took center stage yesterday morning at CCUA with the debut of CCUA’s IT Network Group. Energetic discussion and an exchange of information and ideas filled the two-and-a- half hour session that saw Iuvo Technologies engage IT professionals from several CCUA member credit unions on many of the challenges they face in their day-to-day operations. Read More.

Member Update Q4 2016

CCUA is delighted to share with you this quarterly publication reporting on our efforts in Q4'2016 in support of our member credit unions in the principal areas of advocacy, compliance, education, strategic communications, business services, and social responsibility. You'll also find an update on CCUA's Members Insurance Agency, a value-added subsidiary of CCUA. Read More.

 

 

                          

 

 

 

2017 Women’s Expo Huge Success in Delaware

The Cooperative Credit Union Association (CCUA) was proud to sponsor the Seventh Annual Women’s Expo at Nassau Valley Vineyards in Lewes, Delaware on Saturday, March 18, as part of CCUA’s BetterValues.BetterBanking. campaign. The event, geared to home, family, career, financial, and health issues, drew about 6,000 attendees from Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C. Saturday’s warm and sunny weather, after blizzard-like conditions earlier in the week, provided a perfect atmosphere for the day’s activities that were held in two of the Vineyard’s buildings. Read More

 

Center Point Spring 2017

Legislative, regulatory and consumer advocacy dominates the vast majority of what we do at the Cooperative Credit Union Association. It’s easy to see, then, why we have decided to dedicate a quarterly magazine – Center Point – to this topic. The goal of the magazine is to keep you tuned in to our advocacy efforts on your behalf and to encourage your active engagement in support of credit unions at both the state level and in Washington, D.C. Read the 2017 Spring issue.

 

 

Mass. Credit Unions Face Off with Bankers in Bed-Building Challenge for Children

Spirits were high Friday, March 24, as executives from eight Massachusetts credit unions went up against their counterparts at East Boston Savings Bank in a friendly competition to see which team could build the most beds for “A Bed for Every Child,” an initiative of the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless. A Bed for Every Child helps children get a good night sleep by providing them with a bed of their own—a twin mattress, bed frame, box spring, linens and a pillow.