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What's Happening:


Some of the best lessons in life are free!

A free opportunity for high school students and young adults to learn about finances.  Bring a Financial Fitness - Money Management Experience event to your school.  Scheduling for the 2017/18 school year is still ongoing.  It's free and a great experience. In-person or online - the choice is yours.  Since 2004, more than 38,000 Maine students have participated in one of these fairs.  To learn more, click here.


Not too late to enter a team(s)!

Registration to participate in Maine's longest, continuous-running, 3-on-3, co-ed, benefit basketball tournament is now OPEN!  Get a team together for the 24th Annual C-U Swish-Out Childhood Cancer Challenge.  There are three adult divisions, and two Junior Divisions.  100% of all funds raised go to the Maine Children's Cancer Program.  Can't play, how about a sponsorship?  One way or another, be a part of the Swish-Out happening on Sunday, January 28, at USM in Gorham.  Click here to download a brochure and register.  Click here for sponsorship information.

In the News:

Helping new Mainers is something Maine CUs are "embracing"

Today, some parts of Maine are experiencing an influx of a new generation of immigrant from countries, such as Somalia, Rwanda, Burudni, Syria, Iraq, and the Congo. Once again, Maine credit unions are providing a source of financial services for many immigrants.

Members' usage of Maine CUs shows strong growth

"As not-for-profit, financial cooperatives, more consumers are turning to Maine's credit unions for their financial services and we don't see that trend slowing, which is good news for the system," explained Todd Mason, President of the Maine Credit Union League, discussing recently-released third quarter statistics that showed strong growth in the usage of credit unions by members.

Hunger is drawing an appetite of attention for Maine CUs

The efforts of Maine’s credit unions to raise not only funds but also awareness for the issue of hunger in Maine is receiving significant attention these days. From a significant gift that purchased more than 50,000 meals for hungry Mainers for the holidays to an initiative to help college students who are hungry at campuses across Maine, Maine CUs are again leaders on this issue.