Association, CUNA 2022 dues information sent to New York credit unions

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As the New York Credit Union Association continues its efforts to move the credit union movement forward, the Association has emailed its 2022 dues invoices and 2022 CUNA dues invoices to member credit unions.

The invoices, which were sent in early November, contain the subject line “Invoice Confirmation (#—-)” and were sent from the Association’s Member Relations email address, Credit unions also received a paper invoice via mail and requests that you utilize the electronic payment option outlined on the invoice. Please contact Chris Pajak, the Association’s VP of member engagement, at 1 (800) 342-9835 ext. 8188 or via email at with questions or if your credit union did not receive the invoice.

In message to member credit unions, Association President/CEO William J. Mellin said:

2021 was supposed to be a year of optimism and a return to normal for businesses and individuals alike. While the year may not have panned out as we had hoped, the New York Credit Union Association worked hard to continue moving the New York credit union movement forward.

We’re proud of our work and our accomplishments, but we could not do it without the support of a united credit union movement. I cannot stress enough just how important and valuable membership in the Association and CUNA are, not just for your credit union, but for the New York credit union movement as a whole. Should you have any questions about the work we do and carry out each day on behalf of your credit union, I encourage you to view the video below, which provides a snapshot of our efforts.

For more information on Association membership and the value it provides to New York’s credit unions, view the video below.

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