Dupaco Impact Story: Linda Jackson

During a workplace education event in Anamosa, Iowa, Dupaco helped Linda Jackson realize a savings of more than $20,000 by joining the credit union and refinancing her high-interest debt. This helped ensure Linda could keep her home after the death…

Dupaco Impact Story: Linda Jackson

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During a workplace education event in Anamosa, Iowa, Dupaco helped Linda Jackson realize a savings of more than $20,000 by joining the credit union and refinancing her high-interest debt. This helped ensure Linda could keep her home after the death of her partner, Tom, last year.

Linda shared her story with several employees and Iowa State Rep. Andy McKean during a visit to her home in Morley, Iowa—population 112.

Rural Iowa communities, like Morley, are experiencing an increased cost of living, dwindling populations and reduced access to essential services, such as financial, education and health care.

Credit unions are member-owned cooperatives. That means deposits and loans circulate among members. Money always stays in the community—it’s never is siphoned off to out-of-state, stockholders who may not even use the institution’s products or services.

Now more than ever, people need the benefit of credit unions like Dupaco.

Read more Dupaco impact stories at www.dupaco.com/YourMoneyForGood

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