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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.



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Additional Ways to Support The Foundation

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




Foundation News


Frozen FFF Recap

Record $13.5k Raised Through Frozen Foundation Fitness Fundraiser

Feb 24, 2022
​Whether freezing cold or unseasonably warm, Wisconsinites had some winter fun February 12-20 when a total of 68 participants representing 22 credit unions and system partners raised a record $13,500 for The Wisconsin Credit Union Foundation!
The Foundation Awards Emerging Markets Grant & Prof. Development Scholarships

Foundation Announces Grant & Scholarship Recipients

Nov 27, 2021
The Wisconsin Credit Union Foundation's Board of Directors has awarded its Emerging Markets Grant to Royal Credit Union and three Professional Development scholarships to credit union professionals looking to continue their education.
Foundation Grants 2021

$80k in Foundation Grants Distributed to Wisconsin's Credit Unions

Aug 09, 2021
Last month, The Foundation's Board of Directors met to award funds to Wisconsin's credit unions through their Credit Union Development and REAL Solutions grants. A record $80,000 was distributed to help recipients better serve their communities. Here they are!
CMS Scholarship Winners

The Foundation Awards $6,000 in CUNA Management School Scholarships

Apr 01, 2021
The Wisconsin Credit Union Foundation recently awarded $6,000 in CUNA Management School Scholarships to three recipients, including Nilsa Gebert (FOCUS Credit Union), Lois Pluff (Sheboygan Area Credit Union), and Chris Trost (Glacier Hills Credit Union).

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