On May 19, 2015, OnPoint Community Credit Union announced that Kevin Topolski of Ron Russell Middle School (RRMS) was named 2015 OnPoint Prize Educator of the Year for grades K-8. As an Educator of the Year recipient, OnPoint paid Topolski’s mortgage for one school year and donated $1,000 to RRMS, located in SE Portland, Oregon, to use for resources and supplies.Read More
On May 19, 2015, OnPoint Community Credit Union announced that Kevin Topolski of Ron Russell Middle School (RRMS) was named 2015 OnPoint Prize Educator of the Year for grades K-8. As an Educator of the Year recipient, OnPoint paid Topolski’s mortgage for one school year and donated $1,000 to RRMS, located in SE Portland, Oregon, to use for resources and supplies.
Cabin fever setting in? Just because the temperature is dropping doesn’t mean the outdoor fun has to stop. Some of the best opportunities for recreation are happening now, in the heart of Oregon’s winter.
It’s the start of a New Year, and many of us are in the midst of setting goals that will help us save those extra dollars we’ve been meaning to tuck away. You might be trying to save for that fun family vacation or maybe you want to pay down debt. Whatever savings goals you might establish for yourself, the OnPoint 52-week money savings challenge is a great way to help you stay on track!
Congratulations to the OnPoint Mortgage Loan Officers, who were recently recognized as 2016 Five Star Mortgage Professionals and featured in Portland Monthly Magazine! Recipients honored included Steve Bartholomew, Michelle DeTour, Tyson Dieter, Denise Long, and Trevor Reink.
The holidays are in full swing. Storefronts and tree-lined streets are twinkling with colorful lights, retailers are filling your ears with the latest acoustic rendition of “Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire”, and your inbox has been bursting at the seams since the day after Halloween with irresistible sales on electronics, toys and more. About this time, you may be thinking your budget has seen better days…
So what can you do to save money this season, yet still enjoy the holidays?
Patrick Huey, OnPoint’s first Wealth Advisor, is excited to bring his expertise and experience to OnPoint and help members with their unique financial needs. I recently spoke with him about his role as an OnPoint Wealth Advisor and his overall philosophy of managing wealth.
Do you and your family spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on holiday gifts, entertainment, lights, food and decorations each year? If so, you’re not alone. Many Americans feel the financial burden of holiday spending well into the New Year. If you love to celebrate the holidays but don’t love the financial stress you experience afterward, we have several great tips for celebrating that will help you avoid overspending this holiday season.
Since 1948, International Credit Union Day has been celebrated annually on the third Thursday of October. Each year, the event affords the opportunity to remember credit unions’ proud history and promote awareness of and support for the credit union difference. This year, on October 15, 2015, OnPoint invites our members to join us and credit unions around the world in celebrating International Credit Union Day.
October has arrived! The weather is becoming pleasantly cool and crisp, leaves are changing to vibrant colors, and every pumpkin-flavored product imaginable is hitting the shelves. Another little-known but vitally important October theme in America is a month-long focus on cyber security education and awareness. Since 2004, October has been designated as National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
The United Way of the Columbia-Willamette recently rolled out the red carpet to celebrate their 2014-15 fundraising campaign at their annual “Spirit of Generosity” (a.k.a. “Genie”) Awards. OnPoint was honored to be part of this celebration and we are excited to share that we took home a Campaign Chair’s Award that recognized OnPoint for the investments we make in the greater community, our involvement with United Way and the staff members who managed our employee fundraising efforts