Vote for the 2004 International Credit Union Day Theme!
World Council Hosts On-Line Poll
Madison, WI-Credit union leaders all over
world are encouraged to participate in an on-
poll, voting for their favorite 2004
International Credit Union (ICU) Day theme on
World Council of Credit Unions, Inc. (WOCCU)
ICU Day theme voting concludes April 23rd.
Click here to cast your vote!
Visitors can choose their favorite theme
one of the five finalists selected by World
Credit Unions—Where Membership Counts,
Credit Unions—Members Make It Happen,
Credit Unions—Where It's Better to Belong,
Youth...The Future of Credit Unions, and
"It's up to individuals, credit unions,
leagues and members from movements around the
world to select their favorite ICU Day theme for
2004," noted Kimberly Johnston, WOCCU marketing
and communications manager.
All credit union members, staff and
are encouraged to participate by voting on-line.
Over 120 million credit union members in over
40,000 credit unions in 92 countries will
celebrate, adhering to the theme on October 21,
International Credit Union Day.
Votes will be tallied on April 23rd and the
winning theme will be announced on-line.
World Council of Credit Unions is the global trade association and development agency for credit unions. World Council promotes the sustainable development of credit unions and other financial cooperatives around the world to empower people through access to high quality and affordable financial services. World Council advocates on behalf of the global credit union system before international organizations and works with national governments to improve legislation and regulation. Its technical assistance programs introduce new tools and technologies to strengthen credit unions' financial performance and increase their outreach.
World Council has implemented more than 290 technical assistance programs in 71 countries. Worldwide, 57,000 credit unions in 105 countries serve 217 million people. Learn more about World Council's impact around the world at www.woccu.org.
Phone: (608) 395-2000