New Beginnings Grant is removing barriers through credit unions

Published by: Kim Connor

September 22, 2021 | Ohio Credit Union League Foundation

In 2021 the Ohio Credit Union Foundation is offering a new grant program called New Beginnings which will focus on building stronger communities and removing barriers through credit union partnerships. This limited-time specialized grant program is focused on four demographics and is designed to give people a way forward and an opportunity to feel financially empowered. The grant will provide one-time support, up to $10,000, for programs, projects, or initiatives that prioritize individuals reentering local communities. Funding is open to both new/pilot or existing programs. Learn more about this exciting new funding opportunity here, or reach out to Foundation Executive Director Kim Connor.

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