Association for Black Economic Power (ABEP) hosting virtual town hall meeting Thursday, July 28
The Association for Black Economic Power (ABEP) is hosting a virtual town hall meeting on Thursday, July 28 at 6:00 p.m. for Twin Cities residents to unveil the new name and update the community on the status of the credit union charter application. Credit union supporters are invited to attend.
Due to many financial organizations using “village” in their names, and to avoid further delays with approval of the charter; the ABEP Board of Directors have decided to change the name of the new credit union. In addition to unveiling the new name, ABEP will provide an update on the progress of the De Novo credit union status; and request critical participation still needed from the community before it submits the charter application.
Residents will have an opportunity to weigh in on the new name of the credit union by voting online. There will be two names for each voter to choose from and the name with the greatest votes will be announced during the town hall meeting. All residents of Hennepin and Ramsey counties are strongly encouraged to visit learnaboutvillage.org, then:
The Minnesota Credit Union Foundation continues to seek both Capital Contributions and Pledges of Deposit to help support this effort. To learn more, visit mncun.org/villagefinancial or contact Minnesota Credit Union Foundation President Mark Cummins or Executive Director Andrea Molnau.
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