Posted June 16th, 2017 No Comments
Liberty First CU Presented Two CU4Kids Awards

Liberty First Credit Union was awarded both the Outstanding Achievement Award and the Hall of Fame Award at this year’s Annual Meeting and Convention. 

Liberty First CU continues to be a major contributor for Credit Unions for Kids.  In 2016, they raised $.60 cents per member totaling $13,482 for Children’s Hospital and Medical Center through fundraisers in their credit union which included Radiothon Change Bandits and phone sponsor, March Madness Employee Bracket Challenge, Seeded Book Mark sales, Easter Egg icon sales, a sand Volleyball tournament, golf sponsorships, Jeans days, Santa letters, Skip a Pays, candy bar sales, cookbooks, reusable bag sales, along with other internal fundraising all year long.  They do an extraordinary job promoting CU4Kids through their website, social media, posters and flyers, newsletter articles, and emails.

Liberty First CU also was inducted into the Hall of Fame.  The Hall of Fame is for those credit unions who have done an amazing job supporting this cause and who have continuously won awards, including the Outstanding Achievement Award.  When a credit union is inducted into the Hall of Fame, they will receive recognition at the awards ceremony and they will also receive a special award to display at their credit union.  In addition, the League has a plaque displayed at the office, listing those Hall of Fame inductees.  This award will not be an annual award, but simply one awarded after great support and achievement from a credit union.

Congratulations to Liberty First Credit Union!

From left:   VP of Marketing at Liberty First CU – Angie Schreiner,
Award Artist – Avery McCarville ,and President at Liberty First CU – Frank Wilber


From left:   VP of Marketing at Liberty First CU – Angie Schreiner,
Amy Shaw – NCUL ,and President at Liberty First CU – Frank Wilber.


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