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What's Happening:


Walk Kick-Off

Steps To Go...Brenda Davis is walking across Maine as part of the 13th Annual Maine Credit Unions' Ending Hunger Walking Tour. Though nearing its end, the Tour still has communities and food pantries to visit before it concludes on Wednesday, December 3, in Orono.  Follow the Tour until it ends on December 3rd by clicking here.


Maine's credit unions are proud members of the Maine Council For Elder Abuse Prevention. We support efforts to prevent elder financial exploitation and other elder abuse in Maine. You can help! Download a brochure that identifies the warning signs and contact information if you suspect someone is a victim of elder abuse.


In the News:

Legislative Events Reinforce Strong Relationships Between Many Legislators, CUs

In preparation for when the new 127th Maine Legislature convenes on Wednesday, December 3, the Maine Credit Union League has coordinated a series of Legislative Breakfasts and Luncheons across Maine. One event is pending for South Portland, and will be held on Thursday, December 11. To date, nearly 90 legislators have attended one of the events.

Maine CUs Again Helping Keep Mainers Warm, Financially Stable

Despite lower prices on oil and other sources utilized by Mainers to stay warm during the winter months, the cost of heating homes is still a significant challenge for many Mainers. Once again, a survey by the Maine Credit Union League found that nearly 75% of all Maine credit unions are offering special low or no interest energy loans for the winter of 2014/15.

Election Again Highlights League's Non-Partisan Political Involvement

“A friend is a friend, regardless of party affiliation. Our focus is on a candidate’s record of support of credit unions and our issues. That is a position that has served us well throughout the years, and puts credit union interests in good shape for the new Legislature that was elected on Tuesday, November 4,” stated John Murphy, President of the Maine Credit Union League, when discussing the importance of being a non-partisan organization when making candidate endorsements.