With community focus, credit unions are taking collective action against climate change and socio-economic inequalities. Their impact has defined a movement. Join the conversation at the United in Sustainability (UIS) Summit on achieving operational efficiencies and growth, while making a positive difference in society.
United Nations Federal Credit Union (UNFCU) released its 2022 Impact Report (PDF), detailing the Credit Union's corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives. UNFCU's positive impact advanced 14 of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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During a breakfast held in conjunction with CUNA’s GAC, United Nations FCU discussed the efforts it first undertook more than a decade ago and said its goal is to build a “holistic network of like-minded credit unions focused on reducing injustice and helping the climate.”
Navy Federal Credit Union is recognizing the volunteer service of its employees by awarding a record number of grants to nonprofits through its annual “Dollars for Doers” program. To celebrate the program’s 15th anniversary, the credit union awarded 150 employees with $1,000 grants each, to donate to the nonprofit where they serve their time. Typically, the program recognizes 100 employees.
At UN headquarters, the United Nations Federal Credit Union (UNFCU) co-hosted its 5th United in Sustainability (UIS) Summit in November. The hybrid event drew more than 300 credit union representatives from across the Americas to discuss support for the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Organization of American States Federal Credit Union (OAS FCU) co-hosted the event.
United Nations FCU and Organization of American States FCU co-hosted the 5th United in Sustainability (UIS) Summit here, a hybrid event that drew more than 300 credit union representatives from across the Americas to discuss support for the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as well as comments from an NCUA board membe