You Can Help 'Credit Union House' Thrive for Another 20 Years

Credit Union House on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
Credit Union House on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

As the credit union movement celebrates the 20th anniversary of Credit Union House (CU House) this month — the credit union “home away from home” in Washington, D.C. — YOU can contribute to help continue its important legacy!

CU House serves as a convenient, permanent venue on Capitol Hill where the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues, the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), and credit union leaders and representatives meet to discuss strategies, plan congressional meetings, host members of Congress, and share feedback from visits. Credit union leaders must remain vigilant and fully engaged as advocates in today’s political environment, and CU House helps the movement facilitate its priorities.

The Capitol Hill building is a perfect example of the CUNA-League System working together to advance credit unions' shared mission. Its prime location on Capitol Hill makes it a landmark for credit unions in Washington, D.C. Next time you’re in D.C., the Leagues encourage you to drop by CU House!

Contributions are always welcome and appreciated.

The Leagues also want to take a moment to thank those who have contributed over the years to help keep this facility thriving. We wouldn’t be where we are today with you their generosity.

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