Foundation / Corporation
Ohio Credit Union Foundation (OCUF)
Grants to Ohio credit unions to institute educational and informational outreach programs that offer financial services and financial education in local communities and schools. Eligible programs may also be those that target members and diverse populations. Funding is intended for community programming that fulfills the social responsibility of credit unions to make financial services or financial education affordable and accessible to all members.
Credit unions are encouraged to participate in the MoneyAndStuff initiative.
Grants applications are evaluated based on the applicant's ability to present:
- Demonstrated and documented need
- A meaningful contribution (direct or indirect financial and/or resources) to the project by the credit union
- Active participation in the project by the credit union
- Measureable impact on your target audience
- Innovation with the potential for replication by other credit unions
GrantWatch ID#: 176979
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online using the form found on the URL for Full Text below.
Peggy Campbell, Director, Member Support Specialist
Kim Connor, Director, Member Experience
10 West Broad Street, Suite 1100
Columbus, Ohio 43215
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