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The choice to use a for-profit bank or a not-for-profit credit union is always up to the consumer. For some, it’s an easy decision. Credit unions are known for their low fees and high-quality service. At Nusenda Credit Union, they take customer service to an all-new level by starting with their employees.
New Mexico, along with five other states, was selected by No Kid Hungry and the American Public Human Services Association to receive an innovative technology project grant that will help reduce childhood hunger. The project leverages data and improves technology to enhance the interfaces and web services for the New Mexico Human Services Department's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps, and the Department of Health's Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC). Ultimately the project will make it possible to bidirectionally exchange participant data to help streamline and maximize program enrollment.
A Public (or State) Bank could provide a mechanism to help deal with these and other issues related to improving local economies and legislation is now being developed for the upcoming Legislative session.
At Nusenda Credit Union, commitment to excellent member service, care for community, being an employer of choice, and offering flexible products and services to meet members’ changing needs have always been priorities. In these uncertain times, those values remain the same.
Public offices will be closed Monday (Nov. 12). Some banks, however, opt to stay open.
Nusenda Credit Union in Taos is joining its other branch locations around the state in collecting school supplies. The credit union is partnering with KOAT Channel 7 for the 11th year in the …
Nusenda Credit Union announced a one-year, pilot educational partnership...