Summer 2020

Staying Connected

A message from DCCU's President/CEO Steve F. Elkins

DCCU President/CEO Steve F. ElkinsThe safety precautions and social distancing guidelines that accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic meant we could no longer continue conducting business as usual. We had to reimagine how we connect with each other.  Because of the pandemic, we have found new ways to stay connected with our members and employees.

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Responding to the Needs of Small Businesses

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When the COVID-19 pandemic began causing severe economic disruption, the CARES Act established programs to help businesses in need. DCCU was eager to assist small businesses during this unprecedented time because DCCU cares about small businesses and all they do to make our community stronger.

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Scholarship Winners Announced

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DCCU has been awarding scholarships since 1995. We see our scholarship program as another way we give back to our community and help make an impact in the lives of students and their families. This year we awarded a total of $27,000 in scholarships to deserving students in our community.

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Get the Money You Need for Your Education

We’ve partnered with Sallie Mae® to offer loans created specifically for the needs of undergraduate and graduate students, and their parents. When scholarships, grants, and federal student loans aren’t enough, these loans can help you get the money you need. Learn more at mydccu.com/studentlending

2021 Board & Committee Recruitment Underway

DCCU is actively seeking volunteers from within our membership to be considered for potential openings on the Board of Directors and Governance Committee. The deadline for nominations is July 30, 2020. Read the full article.

Save the Date: Virtual Annual Meeting

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 – 5:30 p.m.

DCCU’s Annual Membership meeting was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As in other areas of our business, we were challenged to find a new way to facilitate an Annual Meeting while keeping members and employees safe. At their May meeting, DCCU’s Board of Directors approved the rescheduling of the Annual Meeting to Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 5:30 pm. The virtual meeting will be held online according to NCUA guidelines, and will cover 2019 milestones along with 2020 updates. Members must pre-register in order to attend. Additional details will be provided as the date approaches and the registration link will be available at mydccu.com.

Managing Your Finances During Uncertain Times

It is easy to feel overwhelmed and anxious when unexpected life events happen, but being intentional with your finances during uncertain times can help. Member Investment Services (MIS) has been assisting members with their financial planning and investment needs since 2003. Everyone has unique financial challenges, objectives and goals, and MIS can help develop a strategy geared toward your specific needs.

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Employee Spotlight: April 1, 2020 - June 30, 2020

35 Years of Service
Kathy Perdue

25 Years of Service 
Sonya Coffey

15 Years of Service
Cara Morris
Cassie Price

5 Years of Service
Amanda Cashatt
Elizabeth Dreelin
Joshua Gelser
Jacquelyn Gorman
Cody Matheny
Gabriela Pinedo
Tyler Ward

Promotions
Devon Dean, Lead Service Center Associate
Kristen May, Staff Development Specialist
Courtney McCormick, Staff Development Specialist
Kim Pickett, Solutions Officer
Tyler Spurlock, Assistant Branch Manager

By the Numbers

May 31, 2019
Assets - $1,234,124,278
Savings - $1,081,789,760
Loans - $913,107,960
Members - 102,593

May 31, 2020
Assets - $1,429,958,091
Savings - $1,266,304,204
Loans - $950,871,914
Members - 107,436

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