March 5, 2021 – Cornerstone Foundation recently launched an initiative to attract Financial Capability Service Providers (FCSPs) to the Cornerstone tri-state region: Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Modeling after Cornerstone Resources’ vetting system, the Preferred Financial Capability Service Provider initiative will help streamline the selection process and enable credit unions to give back to Cornerstone Foundation through the partnership’s referral agreement.
Organizations that enter into such agreements with Cornerstone Foundation will be considered and promoted as a Cornerstone Foundation Preferred Financial Capability Service Provider.
Knowledge of Financial Education (KOFE), a product of Consolidated Credit, is Cornerstone Foundation’s first Preferred Financial Capability Service Provider. KOFE is an online financial wellness benefits platform designed to connect users with the tools they need to be financially successful. It uses a three-pronged approach to financial education: Self-Paced Financial Education, Classroom Learning, and One-on-One Coaching.
FAA credit union celebrates 50K
April 20, 2015 – Oklahoma City, Okla. –FAA Credit Union is inviting residents of south Oklahoma City and nearby communities to a celebration of the credit union reaching 50,000 members. The event, from 4 to 7 p.m. May 15 at the 10201 S Western branch, will include free food, sweet treats, a petting zoo, family-friendly games and a chance to win one of three $500 prizes.
Childs and Boesch Continue Service on NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council
September 10, 2014 – Nashville, Tenn. – The NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council held its 2014 Annual Meeting on Sept. 10 in Nashville, where two state credit union CEOs began new terms on NASCUS’ Credit Union Advisory Council. The credit union membership is governed by the Advisory Council, a group of 12 directors who are credit union executives from around the country.
FAA Credit Union Launches Employee Volunteer Program
July 7, 2014 – Edmond, Okla. – FAA Credit Union (FAA CU) prides itself on three words: Serve. Empower. Enrich. To truly demonstrate the organization’s dedication to the first word, Serve, FAA CU has implemented an employee volunteer program. FAA CU employees are passionate about serving our community and this latest program is helping them reach beyond the doors of the Credit Union.
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