Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award
Dora Maxwell was a pioneer in the American credit union movement. In the 1920’s she served on the first board of directors at the New York State Credit Union League, and in 1931 helped to organize the Credit Union National Extension Bureau which later became the Credit Union National Association. In addition to organizing hundreds of credit unions, Maxwell developed volunteer credit union organizations to help improve the living standards of the poor and needy. The Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award was established to encourage credit union and chapter involvement in community projects and activities.
To complete your entry:
- Fill out and submit the online entry form below for consideration of award
- If selected as a CUNA Award Winner, submit physical entry materials in a three-ring binder to NWCUA
- significant promotional materials,
- descriptions and photos of project/event
Deadline for Entry: August 1, 2013