The Southeastern Credit Union Foundation (SECUF) lives its mission to serve as a catalyst for credit unions to collectively affect change through charitable giving and education. With an emphasis on core credit union issues, such as financial education, professional development and training, community development and disaster relief, the SECUF assists credit unions throughout the year.
“The foundation is able to tackle issues and opportunities that are difficult for any single credit union to tackle alone,” says Bobbi Grady, Foundation Development Coordinator. “From financial education projects and professional development grants to community development and disaster relief, the Foundation is often an incubator of ideas that are important to our social mission and is one of the credit union movement’s best examples of collaboration for the benefit of our members and communities.”
The recent consolidation of the League of Southeastern Credit Unions & Affiliates and the Georgia Credit Union Affiliates and their respective foundations provides us the opportunity for even greater collaboration and expansion for the programs and services offered to credit unions.
Your support and partnership are crucial to our ongoing efforts to empower credit unions and strengthen communities. Would you be willing to make a special year-end donation of $50, $100, $500 or whatever you can afford to help us meet our goal? Because of donors and partners like you, the Foundation can continue our critical work and focus on financial health, inspire and create opportunities for credit unions to leverage their cooperative values, and respond quickly when disaster strikes.
Thank you for joining our efforts to help credit unions through charity, community and cooperation. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about what the Southeastern Credit Union Foundation is doing throughout Alabama, Georgia, and Florida, don’t hesitate to reach out to Bobbi.Grady@lscu.coop.
If you prefer to make your donation offline, download this donation form.