Recognition Round-Up: New York CUs receive NCUA grants

gold cup winnerMore than a dozen low-income credit unions in New York were awarded with NCUA grants to help improve digital services and security, increase outreach to underserved communities and train employees. In total, NCUA provided $2 million to the 203 low-income credit union grant recipients.

The New York grant recipients include:

  • Advantage FCU;
  • Alternatives FCU
  • Cadets FCU;
  • Finger Lakes FCU;
  • Local 804 FCU;
  • ServU FCU;
  • South-Towns Community FCU;
  • Syracuse Cooperative FCU;
  • Ukrainian FCU;
  • Buffalo Metropolitan FCU;
  • Consumers FCU;
  • New Covenant Dominion FCU;
  • Southern Chautauqua FCU;
  • Brooklyn Cooperative FCU; and
  • NYU FCU.

NCUA awarded 141 grants totaling $1,251,670 in the digital services and security category; 40 grants totaling $350,760 in the leadership development category; and 22 grants totaling $397,570 in the underserved outreach category.

To view a complete list of grant recipients, visit NCUA’s website.

About Recognition Round-Up
Credit unions and credit union leaders receiving a significant local, state or national award are encouraged to email for recognition in The Point and on the Association’s Facebook page. Photos and related press releases may also be attached with the email.

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