The National Credit Union Foundation has provided $570,000 through CUAid to help our credit union colleagues recover and rebuild after Hurricanes Fiona and Ian. Your support ensures we can respond similarly when disaster strikes again.
People helping people
The National Credit Union Foundation’s CUAid disaster relief program is the People Helping People philosophy in action. Every penny donated to CUAid goes directly to credit union volunteers and employees affected by natural disasters.
When disaster strikes, the Foundation responds
See how the Foundation harnesses the credit union movement’s collective generosity to respond when disaster strikes.
Disaster relief playbook
CUAid grants are typically made to leagues, associations or state credit union foundations that then administer individual disbursements to affected credit union employees. Understanding the criteria for support can expedite this important work.
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has been distributed in disaster relief funds since 2005.
were given in grants in 2021 in response to natural disasters in the U.S.
credit union employees and volunteers received CUAid grants in 2021.
Get in touch
For more information on CUAid
Contact André T. Parraway, Chief Financial and Operating Officer
The Foundation does not use disaster relief funds to pay for the CUAid.coop web platform, travel to disaster areas, or any of the Foundation’s costs to administer the program.
CUAid was developed by the Foundation in cooperation with state credit union foundations, state credit union leagues, and the Credit Union National Association’s Disaster Preparedness Committee in 2006.