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For A Reason website and League video efforts

 

The "For A Reason" website highlights stories that illustrate how Wisconsin credit unions' REAL Solutions help members, communities and future generations. The content, which is organized by chapter, consists of video testimonials from CU staff, volunteers and members, as well as news stories and images detailing credit union outreach.

The site offers a way for credit unions to show how they're addressing many of the difficult issues facing members and our communities during these tough financial times - the risk of foreclosure, debt traps caused by payday loans, the unavailability of credit for small businesses and the lack of financial savvy that has imperiled so many families living paycheck to paycheck.

Visit the site at www.theleague.coop/forareason.
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In order to continue building the site and showcasing stories, The League has a number of Flip camcorders available for credit unions to use. Contact Chad Helminak for availability and details. In addition, The League will continue to collect video by coordinating visits and setting up cameras at events. Credit unions are welcome to submit their own content to the site as well.

For more information on the types of video we're looking for and how we're collecting it, please see the following links:

FAQ -information on the For A Reason site and submitting videos



Related Documents


Video consent form (PDF) - this form must be signed by anyone appearing in videos.



Video Tutorials

Tips on shooting good video

How to use a Flip camcorder


Past updates and League News stories

3/17 - Credit unions, chapters using video to showcase CU service for lawmakers

2/25 - Help fill The League’s new advocacy website with content