Empowering financial futures through 2022 ICU Day

Published by: Christy Clark

September 7, 2022 | Marketing

Raising awareness and celebrating what makes your credit union unique is critical to reminding consumers everywhere how financial cooperatives help empower people, families, businesses, and communities to achieve their dreams. International Credit Union Day (ICU Day) is an annual opportunity to work together to tell the Movement’s story from every corner of the world. This year’s ICU Day will be celebrated on Thursday, Oct. 20 and focus on the “Empower Your Financial Future with a Credit Union™.” theme. Sponsored by CUNA Strategic Services partner Zogo Finance, ICU Day aims to help more people improve their financial well-being through accessible and affordable products and services provided by their local credit union. ICU Day festivities include community fundraisers, contests, picnics, and parades.

For ICU Day celebration ideas, graphics, resources, or information, please visit the CUNA website or contact League Director of Member Success and Communications, Christy Clark.

Contact Christy Clark for questions or assistance.

Christy Clark
Christy Clark Director, Member Success and Communications E: cclark@ohiocul.org
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