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The Wisconsin Credit Union Foundation

Established in 2007, The Wisconsin Credit Union Foundation (The Foundation) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that promotes the wellness of credit unions and the communities they serve. The Foundation's resources are used to, promote credit union development, help educate credit union staff and volunteers, support programming to enhance financial literacy, and assist the credit union system in times of need.

FiCEP

FiCEP

The Foundation's flagship financial literacy program is the Financial Counseling Certification Program, allowing credit union staff to become Certified Credit Union Financial Counselors.

scholarships & grants

Scholarships & Grants

The Foundation provides funding through scholarships and grants that support Wisconsin credit unions, professional development initiatives, and continuing education.

disaster relief

Disaster Relief

The Foundation supports disaster relief assistance, such as through CUAid, and for credit union employees and members affected by a natural disaster.



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Additional Ways to Support The Foundation

including our Annual Fund Donor Society, fundraisers, Amazon Smile, and more.




Foundation News


Congratulations, YP and Professional Development Scholarship recipients

Dec 19, 2018
They'll apply up to $2,000 to advance their careers in credit unions

Let us recognize you in the Foundation's Annual Fund Donor Society

Nov 06, 2018
If you're planning a year-end gift, send it in by Dec. 31 so we can boost your position among the tiered recognition structure that highlights our donors. Donors submitting gifts after December 31, including with League dues payments, will be recognized in early 2020 as part of the 2019 Donor Fund Society.

Your Support of The Foundation has Done Tremendous Good!

Nov 06, 2018
See how the Foundation harnesses your donations.

Congratulations, newly certified financial counselors

Nov 06, 2018
Wisconsin credit unions have long provided financial counseling to their members, but now - after our third year providing FiCEP training - more than 160 credit union professionals statewide have formalized their training to have a broader impact on members and the bottom line

Annual Opportunities


Annual Reports