Tell your credit union’s story through data

Published by: Andrew Canan

May 31, 2023 | Government Affairs

Proactive advocacy matters. It’s how credit unions earn greater operational authority, serve more members, and cement their cooperative distinction among for-profit counterparts. While your credit union knows the impact not-for-profit financial cooperatives have on all people, families, businesses, and communities, decision-makers and consumers who consider credit unions need more information to fully understand the power behind the difference.

Last year’s 2022 Community Impact Survey results portrayed how the Ohio Movement advances communities through local investment. We’ve already put this information to work in Congress, at the Statehouse, and with the public by utilizing data and examples of direct financial benefit to project a powerful Movement voice.  Help illustrate your credit union’s local influence and take credit union advocacy to the next level by completing the 2023 Community Impact Survey before June 9. Reach out to Chief Advocacy Officer Emily Leite with any questions or for additional insights.

Contact Andrew Canan for questions or assistance.

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