Foundation to host 2024 webinar series

Published by: Katie Matney

November 29, 2023 | Ohio Credit Union Foundation

The Ohio Credit Union Foundation is excited to present a specially curated 2024 webinar series to empower credit union communities, and provide them with the tools, inspiration, and knowledge to conceive transformative grant ideas that can reshape their communities. The 2024 Webinar Series will be held quarterly, with dates soon to be announced. Topics include:

The OCUF is your partner in change (virtual)

This virtual webinar will include an overview of the types of projects and programs the Foundation supports and how they align with the mission. Additionally, there will be a discussion about grant opportunities for Ohio credit unions.

Credit Union Philanthropy (In-person at inVest48)

This in-person event will include a panel of speakers providing real-life examples of credit unions that have created a foundation. They will also discuss the impact of student-run branches and the outcomes of using the Zogo app in high schools.

Ohio Community Development Credit Unions (virtual)

This virtual event will answer questions about how to apply for CDFI certification and the impact it can have on credit union communities.

The Ripple Effect of New Beginnings Grants (virtual)

This virtual event will discuss the intention behind New Beginnings Grants distributed by OCUF and include a New Beginnings grant recipient and how the grant impacted their community. Additionally, this webinar will include testimonials from community members about how they were positively impacted by their credit union’s New Beginnings grant.

If you are interested in sponsoring one of these webinars or the entire series, please contact me for details.

Contact Katie Matney for questions or assistance.

Katie Matney
Katie Matney Director, Development E: kmatney@ohiocul.org
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