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Stories that exemplify the movement

Credit unions across the nation are committed to serving their members and communities. They live by the "People Helping People" philosophy and actively participate in charitable activities. See what Corporate Central's members are doing for their communities below.

Boys and Girls Clubs

1st Community Credit Union participating in ribbon cutting ceremony

1st Community Credit Union in Sparta and West Salem, WI participated in a ribbon cutting for the new West Salem Boys & Girls Club facility. 1st Community Credit Union donated $10,000 to the project.

Fill the Bus

Taylor Credit Union and People's Choice Credit Union presenting donations with bus in background

Taylor Credit Union and People's Choice Credit Union, both located in Medord, WI, hosted a successful Fill-A-Bus campaign with The United Way. Local businesses, organizations, and individuals donated school supplies that were then distributed to public and private schools in Taylor County to be used by students who may not have been able to get everything on their supply list.

Race for the Cure

Ascentra Credit Union presenting a check to Komen QC

Ascentra Credit Union in Davenport, IA presented the Susan G. Komen foundation in the Quad Cities a check for $575. The money they raised is part of their Casual for a Cause program where staff donate $5 out of their own pockets to dress casual for the day.

Stuff the Bus

Soo Co-Op stuff the bus poster

The employees of Soo Co-Op Credit Union came together to “stuff the bus” with school supplies for the United Way of the Eastern Upper Peninsula’s Annual Project Backpack Event. Items collected benefit pre-kindergarten to eighth grade students in need in the Chippewa County, MI area.

Play Time Isn't Over

Taylor Credit Union Village Playground

Taylor Credit Union helped raise funds to benefit their local playground in Medford City Park. "Our Village Playground" is an all-inclusive playground for all ages and abilities to enjoy.

30 Years of Service

Denise Hable Brokaw Credit Union

Denise Hable started her career in 1974 working as a part-time teller in a small hometown bank. She credits “Al the banker” and Florence the head cashier for the wide range of financial knowledge she gained. After the birth of her second child in 1983, she took a few years off to raise her children. When her husband decided to go into dairy farming full-time, Denise started working at Brokaw Credit Union. Denise recalls being totally fascinated with the credit union philosophy of “people helping people.” She states that she has seen a lot of changes in her career in the financial industry. Regulation and compliance became more cumbersome, but she believes the credit union movement is still vital and important to members. Denise attributes her longevity with Brokaw Credit Union to having a great management team and outstanding co-workers. She has worked as a teller, head teller, member service representative, and currently as an accounting and compliance assistant and oversees the debit and credit card programs. Denise says she enjoys working with the staff at Corporate Central as they are always friendly and helpful.

Painting for a Cause

Dane County Credit Union helping at the Paint-A-Thon Dane County Credit Union Helping at the Paint-A-Thon

Dane County Credit Union in Madison, WI participated in Project Home's 30th Annual Paint-a-Thon. Recipients are often area seniors, veterans, people with disabilities or health issues, and single-parent families who live in Dane County and own their homes.

Brilliant Beginnings

Bitterroot Community Federal Credit Union

Bitterroot Community Federal Credit Union in Darby, MT is helping families establish savings accounts for all children entering kindergarten in their public school system. The Darby Brilliant Beginnings program gives $100 to every participating kindergarten student to open a savings account for their future education.

Flip Flops for Kids

KRD Federal Credit Union's flip flop display

KRD Federal Credit Union in McCook, NE fundraised donations to the Children’s Miracle Network with a flip flop display. Shoes came in a variety of sizes and colors and were sold for $1 per pair.

Community Partners

CoVantage employees receiving the Community Partner Award

Congratulations to CoVantage Credit Union and the CoVantage Cares Foundation in Antigo, WI for receiving the Community Partner Award from Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Central Wisconsin! They were presented this award on Wednesday, August 15 at their Wausau First Avenue branch.

Leave It Better Than You Found It

Shoreline Credit Union cleaning up a highway

Shoreline Credit Union's Adopt-A-Highway team once again searched for and picked up garbage on a stretch of Hwy. 147, just north of Two Rivers, WI.

School, City, and Credit Union Collaborate to Establish a New Branch

Allegan Credit Union's New Branch

The City of Fennville, MI, Fennville Public Schools, and Allegan Credit Union came together in a unique collaboration to return an in-person financial institution to the town. Allegan has already offered programs to Fennville students to learn the importance of saving money.

Concern for Community

Co-Op Credit Union collecting donations for domestic violence shelters

Co-op Credit Union in Black River Falls, WI celebrated their 80th anniversary by kicking off a one-week-long supply drive for domestic violence shelters and organizations in the region: Bolton Refuge House and New Horizons Shelter and Outreach Centers. They also committed to donating $1 for each item collected. As a result, Co-op Credit Union is excited to be donating over 520 toiletry, household, clothing, and additional items to the shelters, along with a $500 monetary donation.

Defeat Hunger and Homelessness, and Restore Hope

University of Nebraska Federal Credit Union helping out at Matt Talbot Kitchen & Outreach

University of Nebraska Federal Credit Union helped out at Matt Talbot Kitchen and Outreach. Matt Talbot  serves the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of Lincoln, NE working poor and homeless through outreach, advocacy, education, and the provision of food and shelter.

Giving Youth a Chance

Great Lakes Credit Union presenting a check to Give Me A Chance Foundation

Great Lakes Credit Union in Bannockburn, IL donated $2,000 to Bo Jackson's Give Me a Chance Foundation. The foundation inspires deserving youth to become involved in sports by providing an opportunity to train at an elite level while emphasizing a strong commitment to education.

Back to the Basic Necessities 

Altra Federal Credit Union building personal hygiene kits

Altra Federal Credit Union spent their lunch hour building personal hygiene kits for Great Rivers United Way. Kits were given to the New Horizons Shelter and Outreach Center and the Family and Children's Center in La Crosse, WI.

DuPage has Your Back, One Backpack at a Time

DuPage Credit Union collected backpacks

DuPage Credit Union in Naperville, IL hosted its 5th annual Drive, Drop, and Donate event and raised over $3,700 to benefit DuPage County students in need. To date, the credit union has surpassed its goal of $10,000 and has raised $12,368 to purchase supplies and backpacks.

Hi Ho, Hi Ho, It's Off to Work We Go

Royal Credit Union presenting check to Camp Nawakwa

Royal Credit Union, based out of Eau Claire, WI, dontated $34,000 to the Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, Camp Nawakwa to provide aid for repair projects. The camp helps provide safe, affordable, and inspiring outdoor experiences for girls all year long.

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