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VIRTUAL FINANCIAL EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS: JANUARY – MARCH 2022

Join us from the comfort of your home or office as we discuss a variety of topics to increase your financial awareness. Financial education is an important aspect of any long-term plan. Attend as many virtual workshops as you like. You’ll learn the answers to questions, including:   The important rules of the road for receiving Social Security. How can … Continue reading

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Hoodies 4 the Holidays

DNCU is collecting NEW warm hoodies/zip-ups, and all winter clothing items For All ages and sizes – Beanies, gloves, wool socks, scarves, hoodies. This Drive will be hosted in all four counties we serve. Sandoval County donations to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Central NM. Santa Fe County donations to benefit Santa Fe Public Schools Adelante Program. Rio … Continue reading

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Rio Rancho Shred Event 2021

  Bring your unwanted documents to us for safe shredding this Saturday! Rio Rancho City Hall – November 6th from 9am to 12pm Location: 3200 Civic Center NE, Rio Rancho —–   Shredding is provided free of charge by DNCU. We ask that members limit shred loads to a maximum of 50lbs.

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2022 Calendar: Call For Photo Entries

Call for all photographers! Our 2022 calendar photo contest is now underway It’s time to share your inspiring pictures for our 2022 DNCU Calendar. We’re looking for your best serene scenes — pictures that deliver calmness, tranquility and a sense that we will again be trouble-free. Share your best and you might just win a slot in next year’s calendar. … Continue reading

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Public Call for a Del Norte LOV Foundation Treasurer Board of Director Officer

Are you dedicated to advancing youth and families in New Mexico? Are you passionate about nonprofits and helping others? Are you experienced in the financial field and wanting to give back to your community? If you answered yes, we have a great opportunity for you! The Del Norte LOV Foundation has an open Treasurer Board of Directors officer position. If … Continue reading

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FINANCIAL TEA IN THE MORNING: SEASON 1, EPISODE 6.

The Future of Credit Unions Post-COVID What will banking and belonging look like in a post-pandemic world? That’s the question Diego posed to all of his guests for this season’s finale. Their answers remind us that through it all, credit unions remain powered by the people they serve.  Featuring Juan Fernández Ceballos, president and CEO, Credit Union Association of New … Continue reading

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FINANCIAL TEA IN THE MORNING: SEASON 1, EPISODE 5.

Mission, Vision, Values: Making an Impact with a Credit Union Career Belonging cuts both ways with credit unions. In addition to the personalized financial expertise that members receive, credit unions also offer meaningful career opportunities and advancement to their employees. Diego and his guests explore the personal and professional impact that credit unions can have, especially in communities of color … Continue reading

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Join DNCU For Our Rio Rancho Grand Opening Family Fiesta: Saturday, July 24 10am – 1pm

SATURDAY, JULY 24 10am – 1pm 3634 Rio Rancho Boulevard NE, Suite 101, Rio Rancho, NM 87144 (just off highway 528 and near the Walmart Supercenter)   Come celebrate the debut of our first branch in Rio Rancho with: Family-friendly activities Prize giveaways Taco Dishes Chilled desserts from The Paleta Bar Live remote broadcast by 100.3 The Peak. All provided … Continue reading

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FINANCIAL TEA IN THE MORNING: SEASON 1, EPISODE 4.

Breaking the cycles of debt through financial fitness For better or worse, our views and habits about money are shaped by the environments in which we grew up. If the adults around us struggled to maintain solid financial footings, we might inadvertently repeat their cycles of debt. Credit unions offer folks safe, shame-free spaces where they can strengthen their financial … Continue reading

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Financial Tea In The Morning: Season 1, Episode 3.

Relationship Banking in a Digital World Digital banking and belonging aren’t mutually exclusive propositions, at least not for credit unions. Diego and his guests discuss the innovative interactive technologies that credit unions use to enhance member experience and strengthen relationships – with Tanya Valdez, Santa Fe registered nurse & DNCU member; Kristin Harrison, director of business development, WebStrategies, Inc.; James … Continue reading