eNews: October 2020
October 15, 2020
A Letter from our President and CEO, Mark Hietpas!
Welcome to the first addition of our monthly enewsletter! We are excited to launch this new monthly email to keep our membership up to date on YOUR credit union, rates, community outreach and more!
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread throughout Wisconsin, Unison Credit Union remains committed to prioritizing the health and safety of our staff, members and the communities that we serve. On Thursday, October 1st, we resumed normal drive-thru hours at all locations to better align with member usage and transaction volume. Our lobbies remain closed. For a list of hours and locations, click here. We also have a great service access chart that will help you determine your best course of action for your financial needs while our lobbies are closed.
As we continue to navigate though these challenging times, we want to reassure you that your credit union is a stable financial institution that is working hard everyday to provide exceptional member service to YOU! THANK YOU for your membership and trust in Unison!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month – and we are going PINK!
During the month of October, we have partnered with the American Cancer Society, Real Men Wear Pink in the fight to find a cure for Breast Cancer.
For every auto loan during the month of October, Unison will donate $25 to the fight! Rates are low at 1.99% APR – click here to apply today! If you would like to support Mark’s campaign for Real Men Wear Pink, click here.
FRAUD Alert – Join us for a Free Webinar!
Fraud is on the rise! The media is full of stories about people who have been solicited or affected by an online scam or fraudulent activity on their account. We have teamed up with Julie Russell from Diversified Investigations to host this online webinar. She will give you insight on scams that are out there, banking safely in this new digital world we live in and how to protect yourself and your business!
Through our partnership with The Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago, we were able to present the Wisconsin Veterans Village with a check for $15,000 to sponsor an apartment and help provide affordable housing to our Veterans.
We were honored to support the City of De Pere Police Department with a check to help them purchase training equipment. They will use the funds to purchase an Impact Reduction Suit that will allow officers to train using the most realistic equipment focused on officer and community safety.