The New York Credit Union Association will hold a rally during International Credit Union Week, in an effort to raise credit union awareness. The rally will be held Oct. 17 at 10:30 a.m. at the state Capitol in Albany.
During the event, the Association will unveil a document that reaffirms the New York credit union movement’s commitment to members and their communities.
In a letter sent to New York credit union leaders last week, Association President/CEO William J. Mellin explained:
Today, with the New York Credit Union Association celebrating our centennial anniversary, we have been pondering what the next 100 years might look like. Obviously, we have no crystal ball, and the future is uncertain. But whatever the future holds, the Association is pledging to stand with the state’s credit unions. We’re pledging that together we will continue to strive for the economic equality of all New Yorkers. And we pledge that as we grow, we will never lose sight of the credit union philosophy and mission.
I hope you will join us in this pledge.
On Tuesday, October 17—the week of International Credit Union Day—the Association will be holding a rally at the Capitol in Albany (a follow up email with the details of the rally will be provided in the days ahead). There, we will unveil a document that reaffirms the New York credit union movement’s commitment to our members and to our communities.
Additional details on the rally will be provided to credit union leaders in the days ahead.