CUAid Opening to Assist Credit Union People Affected by Hurricane Florence’s Anticipated Damage

The National Credit Union Foundation (the Foundation) has opened CUAid to receive disaster relief funds to assist credit union people affected by Hurricane Florence; a Category 2 hurricane expected to cause catastrophic effects throughout the Carolinas, Virginia, and potentially Georgia.

Donations to CUAid are being used for any credit union employees and volunteers affected by this hurricane. Credit union supporters in every state can always make donations at cuaid.coop.

“Ahead of a dangerous hurricane that is likely to generate unprecedented storm surges along the coasts of North and South Carolina, Virginia, and potentially Georgia before moving inland and causing further disruption, the time to contribute to CUAid is now,” said Gigi Hyland, Executive Director. “We know this storm will continue to disrupt credit union operations across the south and we are prepared to respond.”

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100% of the donations through CUAid goes to credit union disaster relief. The Foundation does not use disaster relief funds to pay for the CUAid.coop web platform or any of the Foundation costs to administer the national disaster relief program for credit unions.

To learn more about how the CUAid Disaster Relief Program has benefited credit unions, visit the Foundation’s website.

About the National Credit Union Foundation (ncuf.coop):
The National Credit Union Foundation (the Foundation) is the charitable arm of the U.S. credit union movement and works as a catalyst to improve people’s financial lives through credit unions. Through grants and programs, the Foundation is strengthening financial well-being, igniting passion and instilling knowledge about the credit union difference, and uniting resources to help credit union people during disaster. Donations to the Foundation ultimately enable credit unions to help their members reach life-changing goals and achieve financial freedom.
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