Posted June 16th, 2017 No Comments
PAC Awards Highlight Top Performers at Annual Meeting

The Nebraska Credit Union League recognized several credit unions for their outstanding fundraising efforts on behalf of CULAC and NCULPAC at the League’s Annual Meeting in early June.  NCULPAC is a political action committee that is administered by the League for the purpose of helping candidates running for Congress that support credit unions and their legislative priorities.  CULAC is the Credit Union National Association’s political action committee which ranks among the top 10 PACs in the entire country.

Among the award winners was Liberty First Credit Union who was the top fundraising credit union in 2016 and also received the PAC Preservation Award for outstanding fundraising via payroll deduction.  Family Focus FCU took home the top fundraising credit union based on membership size.  The credit union has routinely garnered 100% participation of the staff members.  The list of all those recognized credit unions is below.

Medals of Honor – Highest amount per member

Gold Medal – Family Focus FCU

Silver Medal – Omaha Police FCU

Bronze Medal – Liberty First CU

 

Capitol Gains – 100% Participation of Staff Members

Family Focus FCU

Liberty First CU

Omaha Police FCU

 

Capitol Circle – Over $1,000 raised in year

Centris FCU

Family Focus FCU

Liberty First CU

LincOne FCU

Mutual 1st Federal

Nebraska Energy FCU

Omaha Police FCU

 

Top Contributor – Credit Union that raises the Highest dollar amount during the year.

Liberty First CU

 

PAC Preservation – Outstanding fundraising efforts by payroll deduction.

Liberty First CU

 

The 2017 Capitol Club program is well under way and if you’d like to join the Club to ensure that credit unions continue to have a strong voice on Capitol Hill, click here for the PAC Brochure.

 

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