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The 14th Annual Maine CUs' Campaign for Ending Hunger Walking Tour is in its third full week.  Pictured here is Brenda Davis (l) receiving a contribution of $5,014 for ending hunger from Stacy Dow at Maine State CU in Augusta.  The Walk continues through December 2nd.  Follow her progress here as she walks across Maine.   The week of November 16th, Brenda and the Tour will be in Androscoggin, Franklin, Kennebec, Oxford and Somerset counties.


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:

Vote To Help Maine CUs 'Share the Love' By Winning Thousands Of Dollars For Charity

Four Maine credit unions are asking for your vote to help them 'Share the Love' and win a share of $105,000 for local Maine charities. From now until December 24, individuals can cast a vote once per day for any of the four credit unions competing in this national campaign. "It's great to see Maine credit unions involved in this contest that not only highlights some of the great things credit unions do for their communities but also may result in some significant money for various charities as a result," remarked John…

Maine Legislators: "CUs do it right!"

A panel of Maine legislators recently addressed an audience of credit union professionals about political involvement and relationships and the bi-partisan panel was unanimous in their praise of Maine CUs. "Maine credit unions are about bringing a positive message to Augusta, building relationships and getting involved," stated one of the legislators with the others nodding in unison at the event in Freeport.

A 'Cooperative' Success! Co-Op Month Includes CU Week, Financial Fairs, Fundraisers

The end of the month of October provided a chance at reflection for another successful involvement by Maine's credit unions in National Co-Op Month. As the state's largest co-op, with 661,000 members statewide, Maine's credit unions marked the month in a variety of ways including International CU Week, coordinating financial fitness fairs that reached nearly 800 high school students, held successful fundraisers for ending hunger, and much more.