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Attention federal employees: Support us through the Combined Federal Campaign!


Give your staff and members the opportunity to support the Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), open to federal employees.

Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions, the charitable arm of World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU), helps people around the globe gain access to the basic financial services that so many of us take for granted.

Credit unions are a unique tool for poverty alleviation and take a different approach than other microfinance institutions or charities. By helping communities build their own credit unions, WOCCU ensures that members gain access to the financial building blocks they need to support their families and strengthen local economies. This is why credit unions provide one of the most sustainable solutions to help the world's working poor lift themselves out of poverty.

Join us in our work by choosing CFC charity #10771 and giving your staff and members the opportunity to support the Worldwide Foundation. See our promotional flyer and sample newsletter article to help you get started.

Credit unions can change lives, and the Worldwide Foundation is here to empower people with the financial tools they need to survive and grow. WOCCU has implemented more than 275 development programs providing disaster relief, technical assistance and education. Won't you join us?


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