Green Loan Launch

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Join us this Tuesday  10th April 2018 from 10am – 12:30pm for the launch of our new Green Loan!

Come and speak to a member of staff about the benefits of a Green Loan such as making your home warmer and reducing your heating bill cost! Light refreshments will be served.

Easter 2018 Opening Hours

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St Colmcille’s (Kells) Credit Union Ltd will be closed this Friday 30th March 2018 for Good Friday. We re-open again on Saturday 31st March from 9am – 12:30pm and 1:30pm – 5pm. Our normal hours will resume again on Tuesday 3rd April 2018.

 

On behalf of all of the staff, management and Board of Directors here at Kells CU, we would like to wish all of our Members a very happy Easter!

St Patrick’s Day

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Just a note to say that we will be closed this Saturday 17th March for St Patrick’s Day. Our normal hours will resume on Tuesday 20th March with the office opening at 9am!

Enjoy the celebrations!

Back to Normal!

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Just a quick note to say that we are back to our normal opening hours as of today after last week’s weather!

Sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused to any of our Members.

Weather Update

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Due to the continuing bad weather and to ensure the safety of our staff, St Colmcille’s (Kells) Credit Union will remain closed until Tuesday 6th March.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause to our Members.

2017 AGM Booklet

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AGM 2017

Our Annual General Meeting of St. Colmcille’s (Kells) Credit Union Ltd. was held in the Kenlis Suite of the Headfort Arms Hotel, Kells, Co. Meath on Tuesday 12th December 2017 at 8pm.

You can view the online version of our AGM Booklet here 2017 AGM Booklet

2017 AGM

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Our 2017 AGM will be held on December 12th at 8pm in the Kenlis Suite of the Headfort Arms Hotel, Kells, Co. Meath.

All members are invited to attend. There will be a raffle for all member’s present on the evening and refreshments will be served.

Looking forward to seeing you call there!

PHISHING SCAM TARGETING CREDIT UNION MEMBERS

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St Colmcille’s (Kells) Credit Union has been informed again that there’s currently a phishing scam targeting Credit Union members throughout the country.

Members who have been targeted will receive an email from what seems legitimate and will be titled something around finance or invoicing.  The email will have a word document attachment, and when clicked on, it will prompt users to download additional files.

St Colmcille’s (Kells)Credit Union strongly urges its members in receipt of such emails never to click on any link as doing so enables the download of malicious software that has the capacity to collect and compromise personal details and defraud accounts.

The Credit Union never contacts its members asking them to provide full personal details by email, online or by phone.

If you have any questions don’t forget you can always call into the office or phone us on (046) 924 0299

Looking to volunteer? We need you!

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The Credit Union spirit of co-operation and community development is perhaps best demonstrated through the incredible contributions of thousands of volunteers at director, committee and local Credit Union level, who selflessly give their time and energy to the Credit Union movement. In 2001, President McAleese paid tribute to the dynamism and consistency of the movement when speaking at the World Council of Credit Unions’ International Conference in Killarney, Co. Kerry saying, “The Credit Union movement is not and never has been about rocket science but about the simplest and the most profound human psychology – wrapped up in an old Irish saying – Ní neart go cur le chéile – unity is strength.”

St Colmcille’s (Kells) Credit Union exists for the benefits of its members. We rely a great deal on the services of our valued volunteers who commit tirelessly to the success and sustainability of our Credit Union. These volunteers sit on the various Committees and our Board of Directors, so they are fundamental to our past, present and future. Every credit union needs a team of volunteers dedicated to ensuring a strong and viable future for all of our members. An individual can develop both personally and professionally by volunteering. The benefits of Credit Union volunteering include:

  • Gaining skills and experience with a professional financial service provider

  • Education and training

  • Personal development

  • Meet new people from the community

  • Work on developmental and business projects

  • Give something back to the community

 

Don’t know much about Credit Unions?

Don’t worry – you will be given plenty of support and training and you will very quickly pick things up. Training is a very important part of being involved in the Credit Union!

Benefits you will receive as a member

You will gain many friends, develop additional skills which will serve you well in your career (no matter what it is) and you will be confident in the knowledge that you are enhancing the lives and financial wellbeing of our Members and community.

Who is it suitable for?

Finance, information technology, management and communications skills are particularly welcome. However, any ability to make a contribution is appreciated. There are policies and training in place to support volunteers in their roles. In addition to the induction training programme for all new volunteers, ongoing training is available and people are encouraged to develop various skills. Credit Union committees offer an excellent starting point for new volunteers. These committees provide experience, learning and an active role within the credit union. Once a volunteer has served the Credit Union at committee level for a period of time, and training needs have been identified and addressed, you can move into a director or supervisor position.

The Credit Union reserves the right to refuse a person as a volunteer and where appropriate will give a reason for that refusal as Community Credit Union is bound by the standards of Fitness & Probity, issued by the Central Bank of Ireland.

Talk to us and find out what your potential contribution could be. We need people like you.

Apply today, by contacting info@kellscu.ie or phoning (046) 924 0299. You can also forward your interest for the attention of the Nomination Committee at St Colmcille’s (Kells) Credit Union, Headfort Place, Kells. Please quote “VOLUNTEER” when making contact.