Show your YP spirit with new swag

It’s time to get excited about the YP movement! The online store to purchase LSCU YPG swag is now open. YPs who would like to purchase official YPG logo shirts and table runners can place their orders through Feb. 28. Geiger, the YP swag provider, will donate $1 from every shirt order to the Southeast […]

SECUF to enter Phase II of disaster relief grant process

Due to the generous donations from individuals, peer credit unions, Leagues and other partners, the Southeastern Credit Union Foundation is able to implement Phase II of the disaster relief grant process for Hurricane Michael victims. This phase is specifically for individuals who have been severely impacted and have a high level of devastation to their […]

Cash Hash kicks off new season with KOFE as sponsor

The Southeastern Credit Union Foundation is always looking for ways to assist credit unions, and providing resources for financial education is a priority. Our topic list for the 2019 Cash Hash series is out, and we are proud to introduce KOFE (Knowledge of Financial Education), Consumer Credit Counseling’s financial education program, as our Cash Hash […]

Join SECUF for Financial Fitness competition

January is half way over, and whether you’ve stuck to your new year’s fitness resolutions or not, it’s time to gear up for a different kind of fitness—Financial Fitness competitions with the Southeastern Credit Union Foundation. YPGs, chapters, individual credit unions, chambers, or other approved organizations may register a team of three high school students […]

2019 Financial Counselor registration now open

Juli Lewis, director of the Southeastern Credit Union Foundation, announces the 2019 Financial Counselor registration (FiCEP) is open. “We normally don’t open registration until March, however, we have made some very positive changes to the program that we offer through the Southeastern Credit Union Foundation (partnered with CUNA) and want you to be able to […]

Streamlined CDFI application runs Jan. 13 to Feb. 9

Federally insured, low-income credit unions that want to become certified Community Development Financial Institutions can apply to use the National Credit Union Administration’s qualification process for streamlined CDFI certification from Jan. 13 through Feb. 9. The agency’s Office of Credit Union Resources and Expansion hosts a resource page with details about CDFI certification and the streamlined process. […]