In March, the Cooperative Federal Board of Directors endorsed a resolution supporting the campaign to end childhood lead poisoning in Onondaga County. Our credit union's leadership is passionate about this community issue, which is a matter of public health - as well as racial and economic equity.
We all can make a difference – every day. Cooperative Federal is proud be part of the groundbreaking Reinvest CNY campaign: an initiative to move $5,000,000 of local assets away from institutions that harm communities, and into socially beneficial organizations.
Our credit union delivers more than just financial services: we're a mission-driven, non-profit organization using the tools of finance to foster social justice and economic equity. That's no simple feat in a city struggling under the weight of extreme and growing poverty.
Cooperative Federal will close at 5 pm on Monday, July 23 as we honor the memory of Greg Knipe, our dear friend and Lending Manager, who passed away last week. Community members are welcome to pay their respects from 7:00 to 8:30pm that evening at The Spa at 500 (details below).
Since 2014, US financial institutions have invested $376 billion dollars in companies invoed with production of nuclear weapons.* Several of the leading investors are big banks where many of us have accounts, loans, or credit cards. You can boycott those banks!
It's tax season again! Anyone who has made less than $54,000 in 2017 qualifies to get their taxes prepared for free. If you want help e-filing your tax return, check out our FREE tax site at North Salina Street.