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What's Happening:

The Maine Credit Union League joins Maine's credit unions and the 661,000 credit union members in celebrating International Credit Union Week (October 11-17).  


Hundreds of entries received!  And the Winners of $1,500 to help pay for books are...

Young & Free Maine, powered by Maine's credit unions, is pleased to announce that $1,500 has been awarded to four Maine college students through our Bucks for Books giveaway.  The winners are: ($500) David Eiskamp, USM, and a member of Casco FCU; ($300) Alyssa St. Peter, St. Joseph's College, and a member at The County FCU; and ($200) Kathleen Lizotte, UMF.  The winner of the Bonus Bucks Battle - ($500) Cassidy Ouellette, UMFK, and a member of Acadia FCU.  Click here for details!


Watch A Record Happen!

Click here to view a recap of the 2014 Maine Credit Unions' Campaign for Ending Hunger Results Announcement.  Liz Murray (pictured above), best-selling author and the subject of an Emmy-nominated movie on her life spent being homeless as a teenager in New York City, was the featured speaker.

Maine's credit unions set a new fundraising record for the Maine Credit Unions' Campaign for Ending Hunger in 2014 by raising $552,257.43!

In the News:

First Six Months Of 2015 Reveal Solid Growth For Maine CUs

According to the Maine Credit Union League, assets, loans, and savings all had consistent growth, while membership continued to surge to record highs and now stands at 660,763 members.

Maine CUs Contribution To Fund Significant Expansion Of Childhood Hunger Programs In Maine

On Monday, September 28, at the Portland High School, the Maine Credit Unions’ Campaign for Ending Hunger made a $25,000 contribution to help support efforts to fight childhood hunger in Maine. The funds will go to support and expand school food pantries and BackPack programs in Maine, including at Portland High School, the site of the very first school pantry, which opened in 2012, through Good Shepherd Food Bank. The donation is a portion of the record-breaking $557,257 raised in 2014 by the Maine Credit Unions’ Camp…

Maine CU Professional Helps Consumers Understand Credit Scores; Highlights CU Difference

Recently, a Maine credit union professional appeared on a local TV segment to explain how credit scores work, what they mean and how credit unions often look beyond credit scores to help consumers, once again highlighting the difference between credit unions and other financial institutions.