The African-American Credit Union Coalition awarded University of Missouri-St.
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AACUC stands for African-American Credit Union Coalition
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A participant can choose from five funds to direct their contribution, including: the Development Education Fund, International Development Fund, African-American Credit Union Coalition and the Callahan Legacy Fund.
Harvey, a past chair of the Washington Credit Union League and the African-American Credit Union Coalition, joined the Seattle CU in 1992 after previously serving as both vice president of loans and operations at Lockheed FCU in Burbank, Calif.
The others include the African-American Credit Union Coalition (Pete Crear Fund), the World Council of Credit Unions (International Development Fund), and the NCUF & State Credit Union Foundations (General Fund).
Even though donations to the Pete Crear Fund were down in 2008 compared to 2007, the African-American Credit Union Coalition said it remains committed to using the donations to continue its various programs.