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ANNOUNCING THE RE-OPENING OF OREGON’S COVID-19 MORTGAGE RELIEF PROGRAM

ANNOUNCING THE RE-OPENING OF OREGON’S COVID-19 MORTGAGE RELIEF PROGRAM The Oregon Homeownership Stabilization Initiative (OHSI), Oregon’s Hardest Hit Fund program, will resume accepting homeowner applications on September 14th, with an estimated $20 million available for homeowner assistance. In response COVID-19 crisis, OHSI is reopening its reinstatement program. Below are the key eligibility requirements: Delinquency began after January… Read Full Article »

Go online to replace driver license, registration and proof of ownership

Go online to replace driver license, registration and proof of ownership Sept. 11, 2020 SALEM – The wildfires devastating Oregon are leaving many without essential documents such as a driver license, ID card or proof of vehicle ownership. Oregonians who need to replace damaged documents can go online to take care of most of these… Read Full Article »

Save the Date… Lunch at Tiffany’s is going virtual

The EEFCU has taken part in our local Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) Lunch at Tiffany’s tradition for many years, and supports the local Children’s Miracle Network Credit Union for Kids Program. The commitment of local credit unions has helped make a much need positive impact on children’s health care in our community. Due to the… Read Full Article »

EEFCU Annual Meeting is Going ZOOM!

On October 22nd at 6:00, the EEFCU will be holding it’s first ever Annual Meeting virtually on Zoom. To take part, members will need to register in advance. Watch our Website and Facebook page for registration information and additional details. There are five (5) open Board positions and each existing Board member is running for… Read Full Article »

Go Jump in the Lake with a Watercraft Loan!

Get out on the water with a EEFCU watercraft loan. We can help you spend your weekends lounging on the deck of a pontoon boat, boarding behind a speed boat, playing on the jet skis, or fishing as you float the river. Put an end to weekends of stay at home projects and boredom. Get out… Read Full Article »

You May Qualify for Emergency Financial Assistance from the State

The Oregon Legislature has approved a $35 million program to provide financial relief to Oregonians who may have experienced an economic hardship due to COVID-19. Oregon residents may be eligible for a one-time, $500 emergency relief payment if they: 1. Are a current resident of Oregon. 2. Attest to being over the age of 18…. Read Full Article »