Mill City CU employees presented a $2,300 check to a representative of Sharing & Caring Hands on October 8, also known as CU Forward Day in Minnesota. CU Forward Day is statewide day of credit unions sharing kindness and is organized by the Minnesota Credit Union Network.
Mill City Credit Union (CU) celebrated the opening of its brand new Brooklyn Park branch with a grand opening event on Saturday, October 6.
Mill City Credit Union (CU) has announced the winner of its most recent Making the Greater Good Even Greater give-back campaign. The winner, non-profit organization Gigi’s Playhouse, was awarded $1,000 from the credit union.
Mill City Credit Union recently awarded a total of $10,000 in scholarships to seven members enrolling post-secondary education for the 2018-19 academic year.
On Tuesday, April 24, Mill City Credit Union (CU) broke ground on its new branch in Brooklyn Park, MN. The branch will be located at the intersection of Zane and 93rd Avenues and is expected to open by October 1.
In alignment with General Mills’ Global Volunteer Week, Mill City Credit Union employees spent the week of April 23 gathering donations for Sharing and Caring Hands, a non-profit serving people in need through transitional housing, meals, clothing, and more.
On Friday, April 13, Mill City Credit Union hosted Mad City Money, a financial literacy and budgeting simulation that mimics real life as an adult, at Cooper High School. Roughly twenty students in Ms. Andrea Morris’ special education classes participated in the simulation.
Mill City Credit Union was recently honored with two Diamond and Category’s Best Awards, which recognize outstanding marketing and business development achievements in the credit union industry.
Mill City Credit Union has announced the winners of its most recent Making the Greater Good Even Greater give-back campaign. The winners, non-profit Students Today Leaders Forever and small business Highly Favored Events, LLC, were each awarded $1,000 from the credit union.
On Friday, February 23, Mill City Credit Union hosted Mad City Money, a financial literacy and budgeting simulation that mimics real life as an adult, at the Robbinsdale Transition Center. Located in Crystal, MN, the Robbinsdale Transition Center is a program helping young adults with disabilities transition from school to adult life. Twenty students between the ages of 18 and 21 participated in the simulation.