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Notre Dame FCU Proudly Supports Clothe-A-Child

Since 1996, Notre Dame FCU has supported The Christ Child Society of South Bend's Annual Clothe-a-Child Campaign by lending our helping hands towards their fundraising efforts. Ultimately, this effort will help to keep underprivileged kids in the Michiana area warm during the approaching cold weather months.
 
Clothe-A-Child is the second largest and most visible fundraiser contributing to The Christ Child Society of South Bend’s clothing budget needs.

Notre Dame Federal Credit Union Names Robert Shane as Director Of CUSO Services

Notre Dame, IN – September 29, 2021 – Notre Dame Federal Credit Union (Notre Dame FCU) President and CEO Tom Gryp announced the appointment of Robert Shane to serve as the credit union’s first Director of CUSO Services. Gryp said, “As the financial landscape continues to evolve, it is critically important that we change and evolve with it. Shane will lead our efforts in identifying and implementing new products and services that will bring additional value to our owners.”

Notre Dame FCU Promotes David Gryp to Arizona Market President

Notre Dame, IN – September 7, 2021 – Today, Notre Dame Federal Credit Union (Notre Dame FCU) announced the promotion of David Gryp to Arizona Market President. Previously the Director of Arizona Market Development, Gryp’s primary focus has been to educate Phoenix non-profits and businesses on the benefits of membership and the credit union’s disruptive suite of products and services.

Notre Dame FCU Recognized as One of the Best Credit Unions to Work For in the Nation

NOTRE DAME, IN – August 26, 2021 – For the second year in a row, Notre Dame Federal Credit Union (Notre Dame FCU) has been recognized by American Banker as one of the best credit unions in the nation to work for. 

Notre Dame FCU President and CEO Tom Gryp said, "Notre Dame FCU exists to put People Over Profit. Our mission focuses on improving the lives of our owners, our partners (employees), and the communities we serve. I’m proud to say that has not changed—even in the midst of a pandemic.”

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