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What's Happening:


Summer is the perfect time to be 'Young & Free'.  Look for Mallory Lavoie, the Young & Free Maine Spokester at events across Maine this summer.  In July, Mallory will be at: the Moxie Festival in Lisbon; the Potato Blossom Festival in Fort Fairfield; at the OOB Pier with WJBQ giving away concert tickets; and more.  Follow Young & Free Maine online, and stay informed.  Young & Free Maine is powered by Maine's credit unions!


'Take A Chance' to see Taylor Swift and help end hunger!

See Taylor Swift at her sold-out concert on Saturday, July 25, at Gillette Stadium for only $10?  Yes, it's true!  A limited number of 'Take A Chance' raffle tickets are still available for a chance to win choice seats to the show and roundtrip coach bus transportation to and from the show from South Portland.  All money raised goes to the Maine Credit Unions' Campaign for Ending Hunger.  Winner will be drawn and announced on July 13th.  While they last, you can purchase tickets at a participating Maine credit union or click here to let us know you would like to purchase tickets.


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:

Article Reinforces Work, Efforts Of Maine CUs On Preventing Elder Financial Abuse

The efforts of Maine's credit union in helping protect Maine's seniors from financial abuse was once again highlighted as part of National Elder Abuse Awareness Day, which took place on June 15. On that day, a column appeared in several daily newspapers in the state (including the Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel) that discussed this issue and some of the ways to help. The column shed light on these efforts including the leadership of credit unions on the issue of elder financial abuse for nearly two decades. …

Maine CU League, Synergent and Maine CUs Receive Regional Awards

For the second time in less than three months, the Maine Credit Union League and affiliated organizations or partners were honored with prestigious awards. At the recent New England Direct Marketing Association (NEDMA) Awards, organizations with ties to Maine credit unions took home an impressive five awards including three Gold Awards. In March and April, the League, Synergent and several other Maine credit unions took home national awards presented by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), bringing the annual…

2015 First Quarter Statistics All Positive For Maine CUs

Led by a gain of more than 4,000 new members, the recently-released first quarter statistics all reflected positive growth for Maine's credit unions. According to the Maine Credit Union League, membership now stands at 655,716 members, a new record high.