The Credit Union Association of New York, in partnership with the New York Credit Union Foundation, is making its annual meeting and convention more accessible to attendees under the age of 35 through two grant opportunities.
What does NYCUF stand for?
NYCUF stands for New York Credit Union Foundation
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The New York Credit Union Foundation reported on a FleetBoston national survey from 2003 that found that just 27 percent of adults feel very well informed about managing household finances and 50 percent of parents feel they are good role models for their children regarding spending and saving.
Oregon Metro Federal Credit Union staff and members donated $1,030 to the New York Credit Union Foundation and $500 to the Pentagon Disaster Relief Fund to help victims and families affected by the Sept.
The camp program is part of the New York Credit Union Foundation, which serves credit unions, schools and community organizations that improve the financial literacy of New Yorkers.