​News Release: Credit unions honored for contributions to members and communities
Monday, November 3, 2014
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Credit Union League has honored credit unions for their achievement in the areas of community service, credit union philosophy in action and excellence in delivering financial literacy content. These awards are named for credit union pioneers in each of the areas. Those credit union entries receiving first place honors in their asset size category at the state level were forwarded on to the Credit Union National Association’s national competition. The following credit unions received awards at the League’s statewide convention October 17:
 
Dora Maxwell Award for Social Responsibility/Community Service
·         First place: Financial Health FCU, Indianapolis, Less than $50 million
·         First place: Natco CU, Richmond, $50-100 million
·         Second place: General CU, Fort Wayne, $50-100 million
·         Honorable Mention: Indiana State University FCU, Terre Haute, $50-100 million
·         First place: Encompass FCU, Tipton, $100-200 million
·         Second place: REGIONAL FCU, Hammond, $100-200 million
·         First place: Heritage FCU, Newburgh, $200-500 million
·         Second place: Financial Center FCU, Indianapolis, $200-500 million
·         First place: Indiana Members CU, Indianapolis, $1 billion or more
·         First place: International CU Day - Day of Kindness, Multiple CUs
 
Louise Herring Award for Credit Union Philosophy in Action
·         First place: Financial Health FCU, Indianapolis, Less than $50 million
·         First place: General CU, Fort Wayne, $50-100 million
·         First place: Financial Center FCU, Indianapolis, $250-1 billion
·         Second place: Purdue FCU, West Lafayette, $250-1 billion
·         Honorable Mention: FORUM CU, Fishers, $250-1 billion
 
Alphonse Desjardins Award for Excellence in Youth Financial Literacy
  • First place: Financial Center FCU, Indianapolis, $150-500 billion
 
Alphonse Desjardins Award for Excellence in Youth Financial Literacy
  • First place: Financial Center FCU, Indianapolis, $150-500 billion