The Credit Union Association of New York’s 13 chapters play an important role in promoting cooperation among credit unions at the local level.
Each of the chapters is led by a volunteer council which provides networking opportunities, advances community outreach efforts, and raises consumer awareness about the credit union difference. Additionally, chapter members unite to build political awareness and support through fundraisers, legislative events and grassroots coordination.
Through involvement with the local chapter, credit unions are able to take their efforts to a deeper level…and to reap the benefits of true cooperation.
The Association’s 13 chapters are Adirondack, Capital, Catskill-Hudson, Central New York, Erie-Niagara, Finger Lakes, Jamestown, Long Island, Metropolitan, Rochester, Southern Tier, Utica-Rome and Westchester-Rockland.
The links to the left, under Chapters, are resources that will be helpful to credit unions and chapter officials.