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Annual Meeting 2021

The Annual Meeting of Notre Dame FCU will take place at 5:30 p.m. on August 24, 2021. Continue to check back to this page for regular updates on meeting details.

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August 24, 2021 | 5:30 PM

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Notre Dame Federal Credit Union Names Senior Mortgage Loan Originator in Arizona Market

NOTRE DAME, IN – March 31, 2021 – Notre Dame Federal Credit Union (Notre Dame FCU) is pleased to announce Randal ‘Randy’ Kaufman as the new Senior Mortgage Loan Originator in its Arizona Market. Kaufman earned a Bachelor of Science from Arizona State University. He has also earned the designation of Certified Military Housing Specialist, providing him with specialized knowledge to work with current and former military borrowers.

Notre Dame FCU Proudly Supports Logan Nose On

Since 2003, Notre Dame FCU has supported LOGAN's Annual Logan Nose-On Campaign by lending our helping hands towards their fundraising efforts. The Great LOGAN Nose-On has become one of the community’s favorite traditions. It all began way back in 1988, when LOGAN came up with the unusual idea of selling green noses to raise money and awareness in support of the agency’s mission to serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Notre Dame Federal Credit Union Sets Minimum Wage at $16/Hour

NOTRE DAME, IN – January 27, 2021 – Notre Dame Federal Credit Union (Notre Dame FCU) announced today that it is again taking the lead in setting local living wage standards by increasing its minimum wage to $16 per hour. When implemented in February 2021, the wage increase will impact approximately twenty-five percent of Notre Dame FCU’s workforce.

Winter 2021 Newsletter

Dear Fellow Member-Owners

Happy New Year! I hope you enjoyed a safe and peaceful Christmas and holiday season. This year represents an exciting milestone for your credit union, as we celebrate our 80 year anniversary! During our existence together, we have weathered many storms — wars, recessions, and now the COVID pandemic. If history has taught us anything it’s that we will survive and emerge from any crisis stronger and more resilient.

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