CAMPAIGN: 'WE HAVE A LONG WAY TO GO'
updated 06/18/13 09:25 AM
20,000 Letters Generated So Far
Credit union leaders were reminded by the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues this week that their participation is essential to preserving the movement's tax-exempt status.
Last week the threat escalated when the Senate Finance Committee identified the credit union tax status as a potential target for abolishment.
—Engagement With CU Members—
The Leagues want to thank the following credit unions for their leadership in engaging members to reach out to Congress:
"These grassroots leaders have helped generate more than 20,000 letters to Congress, but we have a long way to go to hit our goal of 500,000 contacts from California and Nevada," said David Creager, manager of grassroots advocacy for the Leagues.
Click here to access resources to help YOUR credit union.
The following list of leading credit unions have scheduled coordinated outreach to their members in the coming weeks:
"Our future depends on all of us working together by asking our loyal members to participate in this effort," Creager said.
—Advocacy Team Video—
The Leagues' advocacy team has created a stirring one-minute video regarding the importance of the "Don't Tax My Credit Union" campaign.
Click here to view the video.
Leaders are urged to participate! Please engage your members TODAY.
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