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Personally make a difference for 100 million consumers and small businesses.

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You're the best possible advocate for your credit union. Help us make a difference. Stand up on Capitol Hill; help Congress tackle the overzealous regulatory burdens that are making it more difficult to serve 100 million credit union members nationwide—including yours. And you'll be heard. No other event offers a more personal and intimate connection with lawmakers than NAFCU's Congressional Caucus. Join us at an exciting new event location on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., and tell Congress "enough is enough."

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"This was my first NAFCU Congressional Caucus, and it was amazing. We had excellent opportunities to visit our legislators and their staffers. Plus, we had great support from NAFCU staff. Thank you for helping me support my credit union!"

–Diane Ward, CFO, Bossier FCU

You'll walk away with:

  • Effective techniques for communicating credit union issues and concerns to Congress
  • Greater understanding of how key legislative and regulatory issues impact your bottom line, operations, and ability to serve your members
  • Beneficial one-on-one time with NAFCU leadership and Government Affairs staff
  • An extended network of Capitol Hill connections and credit union advocates
  • The experience, both vital and fulfilling, of representing your members' interests on Capitol Hill

Who should attend?

  • Credit union CEOs and presidents
  • Credit union C-level executives and vice presidents
  • Credit union board and supervisory committee members
  • Credit union compliance executives
  • Anyone who is passionate about, and understands, the importance of, credit unions
  • Anyone at the credit union who follows legislative issues and deals with the government

"I have been attending NAFCU's Congressional Caucus for years and been a board member for over 20. These may be the most critical times for CUs in recent history. NAFCU's Congressional Caucus is an essential element of the CU movement. All of us must redouble our efforts to tell the CU story to Congress and support NAFCU in that mission."

–Leo Cardillo, Board of Directors, Northwest FCU