Hudson Valley Credit Union is excited to announce their new Small Business Survival Contest, which will award grants to two small businesses that submit a 90 second video explaining how the pandemic has impacted their business. Contestants are asked to introduce themselves and share how they navigated economic setbacks, adapted to change, and their plans for moving forward. Entries will be eligible for a $2,500 first place grant and a $1,000 second place grant. Videos must be submitted by October 29th through hvcu.org.
“As a financial institution, we’ve seen firsthand the struggles small businesses faced this year,” said Mary Madden, President and CEO of Hudson Valley Credit Union. “Not only will the grant money be put to good use, but by sharing their stories of resilience, these businesses can provide insight and inspiration for others experiencing similar challenges.”
For more information, including a full list of video guidelines and rules, visit hvcu.org.
About Hudson Valley Credit Union : Hudson Valley Credit Union is a full service, not-for-profit financial cooperative for businesses and individuals, offering real estate and other loans, a wide variety of savings and transactional accounts, investment services, property and casualty insurance, estate planning, and trust services. With more than $6 billion in assets, the credit union serves its members through 20 branches, a nationwide network of over 82,000 surcharge-free ATMs, Internet Banking, Mobile Banking, online bill payment, and 24-hour account access by telephone. The credit union is federally insured by the NCUA as well as an Equal Housing Lender. For more information, visit hvcu.org.