2011 - Raised over $440,000:
2012-2013 - Raised over $625,000:
- Tornadoes in Southern U.S.
- Tornado in Joplin, Missouri
- Flooding in North Dakota
- Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee
- Wildfires in Colorado
- Superstorm Sandy
- Flooding in Colorado
2015 - Distributed over $80,000:
2016 - Distributed over $300,000:
In 2005, $3.5 million was raised for credit union people affected by Hurricane Katrina in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas.
100% of the donations through CUAid
goes to credit union disaster relief. 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 costs to administer the national disaster relief program for credit unions. CUAid is one of many services we provide to give back to the credit union community.
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.
“The outpouring of aid from the credit union community has been one of the few bright spots in these darkest times.”
- Christopher S. Maurer
UNO FCU, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
after Hurricane Katrina
The Foundation has activated CUAid more than usual the last few years. Some highlights: