Share your good work with the League

Published by: Emily Leite

December 13, 2023 | Public Awareness

The Ohio Credit Union League is your partner in helping to promote the people-first mission of credit unions, calling attention to your work and projects so that the public understands that credit unions build strong communities and help people improve their lives.

Please help us to tell that story by sending us examples of the work your credit union is doing in these areas next year. We will be sharing stories on social media and in conversations with legislators and other stakeholders in our ongoing goal of advocating on behalf of the Ohio Movement.

If you have an important project that uniquely illustrates how your credit union is living out the cooperative principles for credit unions, email Emily Leite, chief advocacy officer Include a brief description of the project, with goals, any communications or marketing campaigns, and any partners you’re working with. If you have pictures, we’d love those too.

Together, we can help spread awareness for why credit unions are making an impactful difference across Ohio.

Contact Emily Leite for questions or assistance.

Emily Leite
Emily Leite Chief Advocacy Officer E: eleite@ohiocul.org
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