Promoting financial literacy during COVID-19

Published by: Kim Connor

April 16, 2020 | Government Affairs, Marketing, Public Awareness

During the COVID-19 crises, financially empowering members has never been more important. April being National Financial Literacy Month provides a convenient opportunity for your credit union to connect its members to the many financial tools and resources available to help them navigate these challenges. You can find relevant and educational content on the League’s COVID-19 PR tools webpage, including sample statements, press releases, and social media posts and graphics geared towards connecting your members to helpful messaging and critical resources during an uncertain time.

Please reach out to League Director of Communications Mallory Bailey with additional content suggestions or further assistance with your efforts around National Financial Literacy Month.

CONTACT US

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

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