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NOFFCU’s Judy DeLucca honored by Annie Vamper Helping Hands Award

NOFFCU’s Judy DeLucca honored by Annie Vamper Helping Hands Award

New Orleans Firemen’s Federal Credit Union is proud to announce Chief Executive Officer Judy DeLucca has been selected by Inclusiv as an Annie Vamper Award recipient. Inclusiv's mission is to help low- and moderate-income people and communities achieve financial independence through credit unions.

 

The award recognizes individuals who are making extraordinary contributions to the community development credit union (CDCU) movement and is named Annie Vamper, who dedicated her life to serving low- and moderate-income people throughcredit unions. Inclusiv is delighted to once again honor the legacy of Annie Vamper through these three incredible

community development credit union trailblazers.

 

“We are very proud of Judy and her team for all the work they do for our communities,” stated Board Chairperson Joseph Jurisich. “Judy is an excellent example of the ‘people helping people’ spirit our credit union was built upon. We appreciate her invaluable leadership and guidance throughout our history, and we thank Inclusiv for recognizing her impact on our industry.”

 

New Orleans Firemen’s Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial institution serving over 27,000 members across Louisiana and Mississippi, and the second oldest federally insured credit union. New Orleans Firemen’s Federal Credit Union is a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). Within their field of membership, New Orleans Firemen’s Federal Credit Union proudly serves the underserved and brings a full array of financial service products to communities that have been underbanked and excluded by mainstream financial institutions.

 

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