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Member credit unions vary in size and service, and they often have special needs. Knowing that one size does not fit all, the League is committed to creating flexible solutions and value for all members.

The Filene Research Institute

Filene Membership benefits for Leagues extends to employees and volunteers of the League. To access the research information, simply click here and create a log-in. Please check out their calendar which also shares information on upcoming webinars and in-person events all of which are at no cost to members. This includes the annual Big. Bright. Minds. event and colloquia for each of their Centers of Excellence.

 


The mission of the Credit Union Foundation of Nebraska (CUFN) is to promote the shared values of the “people helping people” philosophy by providing professional development grants, enhancing community partnerships, and aiding in disaster relief. For more information, view the

CUFN Fundraisers and Events

The CUFN will be hosting a variety of fundraisers and events to help it grow. Watch for information in upcoming conference materials or other League communications.

Donate to the CUFN

Individuals or organizations can donate directly to the Credit Union Foundation of Nebraska by mailing a check with our donation form to the League Office. The CUFN has a direct relationship to the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF), so all checks do need to be made out to the National Credit Union Foundation with CUFN noted in the memo.

• Brian Christensen, Chair—Columbus United FCU
• Mary Johnson—Omaha Police FCU
• Rnel Sohl—University of Nebraska FCU
• Hannibal Brumskine—National CU Foundation
• Amy Shaw—NCUL

Small Credit Union Resources

The Nebraska Credit Union League believes that the success of small credit unions is imperative to the success of the entire credit union movement. Education and training, regulatory and compliance assistance, and operational guidance are just some of the ways we assist small credit unions. These resources allow small credit unions ways to strengthen operations and provide quality service to their members.

Small Credit Union Advisory Task Force

The mission of the Small CU Task Force is to serve as the source of guidance and recommendations to NCUL in regards to needs, challenges, and opportunities for those in small credit unions. The committee is appointed by NCUL and is made up of small credit union management.

Find out what issues, events and news are affecting Nebraska credit unions and the financial industry. This includes information regarding credit union awareness, community involvement, and other information of interest to credit unions.

Credit Unions for Kids

Credit Unions for Kids is a cooperative effort of credit unions nationwide that raised millions of dollars each year for Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) and its affiliated Children’s Hospital. With Credit Unions for Kids, 100% of the funds raised in Nebraska go to the hospitals that serve Nebraskans. Starting in 2013, the newest sponsorship the credit unions of Nebraska will tackle will be for the newly remodeled Rainbow House. Learn More

International Credit Union Day

Service to members. Democratic control. Social responsibility. These are more than just words; these are the core principles that separate credit unions from other financial institutions and have allowed the movement to thrive for over a century. This year, we have dedicated International Credit Union Day®, supported by Harland Clarke, to communicating the unique qualities that make credit unions special. Learn More

 


The Pee Wee Penguin Young Saver’s Club is designed to teach children the valuable lesson of saving in a fun way. With this program, designed by the North Dakota Credit Union League and endorsed by the Nebraska Credit Union League, your credit union will attract young savers and provide a member base for future credit union services.

Targets Youth Ages: Birth to 12 years
Credit Union Pays One-Time Membership Fee: $50
Includes:

  • Quarterly Pee Wee Newsletter Artwork
  • Camera-ready ad slicks
  • Use of Pee Wee Penguin Costume ($50 fee for dry cleaning)
  • Wide Variety of Promotional Items that can be ordered.

For more information on Pee Wee Penguin Young Saver’s Program, contact Melissa at the Nebraska Credit Union League at 800-950-4455 x 201 or e-mail mmausbach@nebrcul.org

Today, credit unions are facing an extensive array of challenges and opportunities. In an effort to address these issues, I would like you to consider becoming a member of a League Committee/ Subcommittee.

The League prides itself on addressing these issues based on advice and counsel from individuals who are, themselves, dealing with these challenges and making the most of the opportunities on a daily basis. Our committee system at the League is made up of these very individuals—leaders from within the credit union community who care about the future of credit unions and are willing to take action.

We are grateful to all of the dedicated individuals who have to taken an active role in the League’s Committee System.

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