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1 in 4...Maine children do not have enough to eat.  Thankfully, Maine's credit unions have come together since 1990 to help raise funds through the Maine Credit Unions' Campaign for Ending Hunger.  Since 1990, $5.3 million has been raised including a record-setting $513,000 in 2013.  Want to help?  Stop by any credit union or click here to make a tax-deductible contribution!

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October is National Co-Op Month in Maine and across the country.  Maine is one of the strongest co-op states in the country with strong support of financial cooperatives (credit unions), food cooperatives, agricultural cooperatives and more.  Credit unions are the largest cooperative in Maine with more than 646,000 members.  For information, visit, ncba.coop, or cooperativemaine.org.

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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:

Maine’s Credit Unions Continue Multi-Year Commitment to End Childhood Hunger In Maine

On Monday, September 29, at the East End Community School in Portland, the Maine Credit Unions’ Campaign for Ending Hunger distributed some of the record-breaking $513,000 raised in 2013 by making a $25,000 contribution for the second year in a row to continue its support of the Good Shepherd Food Bank’s school backpack and school pantry program. East End Community School, which has a high percentage of children who are classified as hungry or food insecure, is one of the many schools that will benefit from this contri…

Elise Baldacci Joins League As New Director of Governmental Affairs

After a search that received resumes from a strong field of candidates from across Maine and around the country, the Maine Credit Union League is pleased to announce that Elise Baldacci has been selected as its new Director of Governmental Affairs.

Lessons For Life: Maine CUs' Mark Back To School With Proactive Financial Education Efforts

The 2014/15 school year is underway, and the Maine Credit Union League and Maine's credit unions have spent the first few weeks offering information, tips and resources to help parents, children and young adults with financial education.