CUNA is postponing the CUNA Finance Council Conference, scheduled for May 17-20 in Anaheim, Calif. CUNA continues to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance for large gatherings and social distancing.
Credit union leaders can now register for the free CUNA Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) eSchool, happening one hour on Mondays, June 8-29, focusing on what it means to be committed to creating a culture that supports diversity, equity and inclusion.
Registration is now open for CUNA's free "Navigating SBA Lending Programs in Response to the CARES Act & COVID-19 Pandemic" webinar on April 15, which gives credit union lenders the latest information on new SBA loan programs and requirements.
The Indiana Credit Union League participated with the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority and other organizations to create an Eviction/Foreclosure Resource Guide to inform homeowners and renters on making monthly payments, or what to do if they are experiencing a hardship.
The Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund extended the upcoming application deadlines for the fiscal year 2020 funding round of the CDFI Program and Native American CDFI Assistance Program.
Michigan Credit Union League President/CEO Dave Adams and Maryland & D.C. Credit Union Association President/CEO John Bratsakis both appeared on local news in recent days to talk credit union service during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Among the resources available at the CUNA/AACUL COVID-19 Response Page are a free on-demand webinar on how to prepare for a pandemic, a template for creating a pandemic preparedness, response and recovery plan and a business continuity plan checklist.
Credit union compliance and HR professionals can now access a free recorded webinar that covers how to apply the new paid leave requirements established in the FFCRA that went into effect April 1. The webinar is available now.
CUNA’s latest Member Activation Program template is now available for credit unions to communicate what the passage of the CARES Act means for credit unions, both in terms of lending to member businesses and stimulus payments to consumers.
League and credit union leaders around the country are using a variety of methods to make sure members and communities know their credit union is waiting to help them through the COVID-19 pandemic, including their local radio waves.