Illustrating the credit union difference

Published by: Kim Connor

June 10, 2020 | Government Affairs, Public Awareness

Credit unions have a well-established history of service during difficult times, and the League is driving efforts to tell the Ohio Movement’s story during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to survey responses from 53 credit unions, we’ll share data and examples of how Ohio’s credit unions stepped up to serve people, families, businesses, and communities during the pandemic with decisionmakers, influencers, and consumers.  From $88.2 million in approved PPP loans to more than $277,000 in grants and charitable contributions to community organizations, Ohio credit unions continue to exemplify the “people helping people” philosophy. Your survey participation will also lead to a toolkit for League member credit unions to further share your unique story through sample communications and marketing content.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to Director of Communications Mallory Bailey with any questions or suggestions as we move forward.

CONTACT US

E: mbailey@ohiocul.org
T: (614) 923-9756

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