CUAid Activated for CU People Affected by Hurricane Irma

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The National Credit Union Foundation (the Foundation) has activated the online disaster relief system to raise money for credit union people affected by Hurricane Irma. Credit union supporters in every state can make donations at

Click here to make a donation.

The Foundation is also still accepting funds to help with the devastation caused by Tropical Storm Harvey, working with the Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation to disburse funds to many of the thousands of credit union employees and volunteers affected.

“Late last week, we surpassed over $1 million in contributions for both CUAid and Cornerstone efforts to help credit union people put their life back together after Tropical Storm Harvey,” said Foundation Communications Director Christopher Morris. “According to the latest reports, up to 15,000 credit union employees are in Hurricane Irma’s path. Having two large-scale disaster relief campaigns open simultaneously is unprecedented, therefore please know that any and all donations to CUAid will make a profound difference to your credit union colleagues in need.”

As donations are posted through for Hurricane Irma relief, the National Credit Union Foundation will coordinate with the Southeastern Credit Union Foundation in the disaster area to distribute money efficiently to affected credit union employees and volunteers.

One hundred percent of the donations through CUAid goes to credit union disaster relief. The Foundation does not use disaster relief funds to pay for the web platform or any of the Foundation costs to administer the national disaster relief program for credit unions.

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