Thrive Wins the Dora Maxwell Award

Indiana’s state-level CUNA award winners announced

INDIANAPOLIS – Projects from Indiana credit unions in the areas of community service, credit union philosophy in action and excellence in delivering financial literacy content have been recognized with state-level awards. 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 in Indiana have been forwarded on to CUNA’s national competition.

 

 

 

Alphonse Desjardins Award – Adult

$1 billion+ – First Place – Evansville Teachers FCU, Evansville, ETFCU Vintage Club

$250 million – $1 billion – First Place – Financial Center First CU, Indianapolis, Taking Adult Financial Education Online

Alphonse Desjardins Award – Youth

$250 million – $1 billion – First Place – Financial Center First CU, Indianapolis, Money Matters for Students

$50-$250 million – First Place – Perfect Circle CU, Hagerstown, Banzai Financial Literacy Outreach

Less than $50 million – First Place – Financial Health FCU, Indianapolis, Free Wheelin’ YEETL

Less than $50 million – Second Place – Health Care Professionals FCU, Richmond, HCPFCU Teen Program

Louise Herring Award

$250 million – $1 billion – First Place – Financial Center First CU, Indianapolis, Helping Members Navigate the Post-COVID Economy

$250 million – $1 billion – Second Place – Hoosier Hills CU, Bedford, We Care About You

Dora Maxwell Award

$1 billion+ – First Place – Indiana Members CU, Indianapolis, Indiana Members Foundation Golf Outing Fundraiser

$1 billion+ – Second Place – Teachers CU, South Bend, INNOVATE! TCU Business Challenge

$1 billion+ – Honorable Mention – Centra CU, Columbus, Pandemic Community Involvement Plan

$1 billion+ – Honorable Mention – FORUM CU, Fishers, FORUM Gives Back

$250 million – $1 billion – First Place – Financial Center First CU, Indianapolis, Pack the Pantries

$250 million – $1 billion – Second Place – ProFed FCU, Fort Wayne, Community E-Recyclable Program

$250 million – $1 billion – Honorable Mention – Crane CU, Odon, Crane Cares

$50-$250 million – First Place – Thrive FCU, Muncie, Thrive Cares