Credit Unions in Nevada Helping Those Impacted by Economic Fallout from Pandemic

The 15 credit unions in Nevada—with total assets of more than $5.4 billion and serving more than 367,000 members—are working to help their members and communities through the crisis created by the COVID-19 outbreak.

“Credit unions—with our philosophy of ‘People Helping People’—are providing much-needed financial assistance to help alleviate the economic pain of households throughout the state,” said Diana Dykstra, president and CEO of the Nevada Credit Union League, the trade association for credit unions in the state. 

Credit unions in Nevada are committed to providing assistance.

Examples of individualized potential assistance from credit unions in Nevada include: Mortgage forbearance, extensions of some consumer loans, emergency loans, and no negative credit reporting.

For examples of how local credit unions are similarly serving their members, please contact Joe Keller, vice president of communications and marketing for the Nevada Credit Union League, at (909) 212-6020.