NATIONAL PHILANTHROPY DAY

Big believers in philanthropy

Philanthropy may be a big word, but it describes a pretty simple idea. It’s a term that describes the people and organizations who give their money and other resources to improve the lives of others. If you regularly donate to charitable organizations because you want to help others who are less fortunate, you’re a philanthropist.

Putting philanthropy in action is an important part of our organization and as a member of Indiana Members Credit Union, you’re a part of that. As a non-profit cooperative, our credit union subscribes to the seven cooperative principles, one of which is supporting the sustainable development of the communities we serve. Our credit union philosophy is built around the basic idea of People Helping People. Continue reading

National Good Samaritan Day

Credit unions are here to help

On March 13, many people observe National Good Samaritan Day as a reminder of the importance of serving those around us, something Indiana Members Credit Union strives for through our credit union philosophy of “People Helping People”.  Not only do credit unions help members like you by providing useful and affordable ways to make the most of your money, but we’re also focused on helping the communities we serve and our economy as a whole. Continue reading