Dec 9, 2020


BadCredit.org has recently spotlighted MHV’s efforts around financial education. BadCredit.org, a resource for individuals who want to make better financial decisions, notes our own mission of guiding people on their financial journeys. We’ve created financial education initiatives for almost all of life’s milestones, from childhood through retirement, and made them accessible to as many people as possible.

Giving people the confidence they need to manage their financial journey successfully is one of our Guiding Principles. And that means being there for the entire journey, even when it gets difficult.

“One of its most popular initiatives is the Financial Makeover Bootcamp, which approaches education informally and eases the pressure of money management and planning,” the article notes. “The credit union aims to provide everyone in its service areas with the tools they need to take control of their financial futures — whether or not they are members.”

Click here to read the full write-up.

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