The following is a constantly growing index of resources for Michigan credit unions during COVID-19, including operations messaging, conference updates and more utilities from federal and state organizations.
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With the Michigan Stay Home, Stay Safe order no longer in effect, credit unions should focus their efforts toward how to best reopen locations, while safely serving members, and bringing employees back to the workplace. On our credit union guidance to reopening page you'll find:
- Example Protocols
- Communicating with the Media
- Supply Resources
Click here to learn more.
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act
- CARES Act Credit Union Specific Information
- HEROES Act
- MCUL Letter to Congressional Delegation on Hardest Hit Fund and SBA PPP
We've pulled together a list of Michigan's Executive Orders during the coronavirus pandemic that are specifically affecting credit unions.
- Compliance Cares Series
Free series to address relevant compliance challenges you are facing in this pandemic delivered in brief videos (under 15 minutes). The videos cover a range of topics - from helping with member needs to getting the credit union back on track after the storm passes.
- The Compliance Cares Training Kit
A 25-minute shareable training video that will allow credit unions to purchase and forward the resources to all staff, even those still working remotely without the need to log each employee into eAdvisory.
- Video features:
- Training Guide and Checklist – the guide walks employers through:
- Best practices – transitioning staff back to work
- Onsite training checklist – a guide to help managers reinforce the training outlined in the video, with detailed instructions and a checklist to keep track of progress
- Resources – A compilation of both CDC and OSHA resources to use with staff to ensure a consistent approach to a safe and healthy workplace
- Video features:
- COVID-19 Response Campaign
As people across Michigan are seeking stability during these uncertain times, the Michigan Credit Union League is harnessing the CU Link campaign to calm and offer reassurance to the state’s 5.5 million members. CU Link ads are now focused on promoting the safety and security that credit unions provide. This series of ads will begin running March 27 through June 30, 2020. Click here to access the integration assets.
- Social Media and Digital Campaign Assets
Additionally, we wanted you to have the following video links for your immediate social media and digital advertising use. Whether with this message, or one of your own, it is important that credit unions, individually and cooperatively, calm members’ concerns during these particularly troubling times.
- Click here to access the downloadable YouTube and social media files.
The MiMortgage Relief Partnership was created with more than 200 of Michigan’s financial institutions to recognize and expand upon the measures that these institutions have been taking to assist customers to ensure that no one experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19 will lose their home during this public health crisis. For many homeowners with mortgages, there’s help. Click on the Consumer's Guide to Coronavirus Mortgage Relief link below for detailed information.
Feel free to share these resources with your members by directing them to our Consumer's Guide to Coronavirus Mortgage Relief at CULinkmichigan.com or by using these downloadable social media ready videos.
- New Online Educational Events
To keep you connected and informed during this current uncertain time, MCUL has put together a series of educational webinars. Each is led by industry experts and is free to MCUL-affiliated credit unions.
- COVID-19 Conference and Event Updates
As we are all dealing with the challenges presented by the spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus), MCUL will be making some schedule changes to upcoming events . I’m sure you understand that this is being done in order to play our part in the containment strategies being followed by so many public and private sector organizations, including credit unions.
During COVID-19, Michigan credit unions are taking preventative actions to limit the spread of the virus and are prepared to adapt as conditions continue to change.
Head over to our Credit Union COVID-19 Support Programs to see a is a list of the Michigan credit unions, their available options and any other offerings during the pandemic. This page will be updated as changes occur. If your credit union has a special offer to add, please email us.