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Take a look at our 2019 Annual Report to learn more about us and our accomplishments for the year. Hear from our CEO, Management Team and the Oregonians Credit Union Board of Directors.
Join us on October 15th as we celebrate International Credit Union day, a day to celebrate the spirit of the global credit union movement. Each year we come together to raise awareness about what it means to have a credit union as your financial partner.
This year's global health crisis has been trying for many communities around the world, but credit unions stayed true to their cooperative principles and stepped up during this time of economic uncertainty. This year's ICU day theme, "Inspiring hope for a global community", reflects how credit unions contribute to a brighter future by providing financial empowerment to people all over the world through financial services, education and support.
We invite you to stop by any branch on October 15th to pick up a special appreciation gift. We hope to see you there!
Oregonians Credit Union was featured in the December issue of Kiplinger News. The article discusses how Oregonians takes a different approach to member relationships by focusing on financial guidance rather than sales.
Since 2014, Oregonians Frozen A$$ets has supported Special Olympics Oregon Polar Plunge. Our employees raise money and many volunteer to take the plunge into the freezing Columbia River. For the 2020 Plunge, our CEO was a Super Plunger (he plunged 25 times!) all because we exceeded our $8,000 fundraising goal and raised a total of $8,430 for Special Olympics Oregon. Learn more and watch the video here.
Thanks to all of our members, staff, family and friends who helped us make this year's fundraiser a success.
In the month of September 2019, we collected monetary donations and teddy bears to be donated to the NW Trauma Intervention Program following Gresham's annual Teddy Bear Parade. TIP gives first responders teddy bears to give out to children in traumatic situations.
Miracle Jeans Day
Every year in September, we participate in Miracle Jeans Day, a fundraiser where employees wear jeans to work on a specific day in exchange for donating $5 to OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. To amplify our contributions we decided to have jeans days every Friday throughout the month.
By the end of the month we raised a total of $2,548.86 for Doernbecher Children's Hospital! We are so thankful to everyone who helped us with our fundraising efforts.