Mask Up In Style! Credit Union Masks Now Available
Wear your credit union pride on your face, with a mask declaring "Credit unions have you covered!"
A great option to wear in your branch, helping members, or out and about in your community.
Proceeds benefit WCULAF, credit unions' state-level political action committee. WCULAF supports credit union friendly and strategically important candidates of both parties. Each purchase helps strengthen credit union advocacy!
- Aluminum nose frame
- Elastic adjustable straps
- Filter pocket (filter not included)
- Soft mesh lining
$10 donation to WCULAF per mask
No limit on number of masks per individual. Masks can be mailed to home address upon request. Otherwise, mailed to your credit union.
How to Place Your Order
Using a Credit Card
Email Missy Dickson to place your order >>
Fundraising Accounts page, follow credit card instructions for WCULAF >>
(Note: Once on the Grassroots Action Center Home Page, select "Fundraising" in the lefthand menu, then scroll to the bottom of the Fundraising page to find the link to make a credit card contribution)
Using Payroll Deduction
Authorize a payroll deduction from your payroll department. Then the credit union can send one order form and transfer the donations of multiple individuals at your credit union.
Download the Credit Union Mask Payroll Deduction Form >>
Spread the word!
Download an editable message to share with staff >>
Credit Unions Seek Automatic Forgiveness for PPP Loans under $150,000
CUNA President and CEO Jim Nussle sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in support of S. 4117 - the Paycheck Protection Program Small Business Forgiveness Act. His advocacy comes on the heels of efforts by Wisconsin Activists who sought support for the bill last month during The League's 2020 Virtual Hike the Hill.
S. 4177 / HR. 7777 would provide automatic forgiveness for PPP loans of $150,000 or less, which represents the vast majority of loans made by Wisconsin credit unions. The average Wisconsin credit union PPP loan was just $37,300.
Letter from CUNA President & CEO Jim Nussle supporting S.4117 >>