CUAid Activated for CU People Affected by La Flooding

Louisiana Flooding
The National Credit Union Foundation has activated the online disaster relief system CUAid.coop to raise money for credit union people in Louisiana affected by recent flooding.
As donations are posted through CUAid.coop, the National Credit Union Foundation will coordinate with the Louisiana Credit Union Foundation in the disaster area to distribute money efficiently to affected credit union employees.

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The National Credit Union Foundation offers the only national online disaster relief fundraising center for credit unions. Through cuaid.coop, credit union organizations are encouraged to offer employees and members an online giving option to support the Foundation’s Disaster Relief Fund, the only disaster relief fund dedicated to helping credit unions, their employees and members recover from major disasters.

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