CU Relief Fund for Ukraine
In late 2022, Tim Williams, CEO of Sno Falls Credit Union, Steven Bugg, CEO of Great Lakes Credit Union and Chris Doner, CEO of Access Softek founded the CU Relief Fund for Ukraine™ (CU Relief) in an effort to make a positive impact on the lives of those affected by the ongoing war in Ukraine.
CU Relief is a non-political, non-military organization whose purpose is to provide humanitarian aid and support to the citizens of Ukraine during time of war and its aftermath, with a special focus on addressing needs overlooked by larger charitable organizations. Through fundraising efforts, CU Relief is able to support a variety of initiatives, including the provision of food, shelter, and medical care to those in need, as well as the development of sustainable infrastructure and education programs.
By bringing together the resources and expertise of Credit Unions across the U.S., the organization has provided money and support to:
- ESPER, which provides bionic prosthetics to Ukrainians
- GPNow, providing telehealth or virtual care for the most vulnerable
- UCAG, a rehabilitation program for the children of fallen heroes
How To Help
We believe that the Credit Union philosophy of People Helping People is a driving force not only for Sno Falls, but for our Members as well. Members — like you — can help us aid the people of Ukraine by contributing* to the Credit Union Relief Fund for Ukraine.
Sno Falls has been a long-established not-for-profit within our communities, empowering our neighbors through robust volunteerism, scholarships, donations, free financial literacy resources, and more. Today we can make a difference on American soil, and beyond.