Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the League
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Updated Wednesday, April 8, 2020 at 3:35 PM

The health and welfare of credit union staff, volunteers, and members are of utmost importance to the Carolinas Credit Union League. We are monitoring developments related to Coronavirus (COVID-19), including credit union travel, meeting, and service policies, hotel and venue precautions, and the status of public and private entities.

Until otherwise indicated, League staff are working remotely and are to forego out-of-office events and in-person meetings. Office extensions have been forwarded to ensure prompt attention to incoming calls. Those providing direct services such as auditing and accounting are actively working with each credit union using alternative procedures where possible.

Please use our League Staff Directory to find and reach out to individuals with specific questions or needs.


South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster Orders Closure of Non-essential Businesses
3/31/2020 | Official Order

> In effect Tuesday, April 1 to Wednesday, April 15
> Credit unions among essential services not impacted by the order
> Governor reminds that county and municipality orders are not within SC law


North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper Issues Stay At Home Order
3/27/2020 | Frequently Asked Questions

> In effect from 5:00 pm Monday, March 30 to Wednesday, April 29 
> Credit unions included as "essential services"
> Documentation not required for CU staff travel to work or for essential services 
> Order supersedes any county or municipality order that is less restrictive


Upcoming Events

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Status of States, Counties, and Municipalities

Business Continuity

If you have a COVID-19 or business continuity need that is state-government specific, please reach out to us as we are well-positioned to help.


The following free remote events are available to support your preparedness efforts.

Human Resources

COVID-19 has changed working conditions, raised safety concerns, and brought about unique employee resources The following relate to the workplace, health care, and leave under these unique circumstances.

Regardless of COVID-19’s impact, it brings necessary attention to credit union business continuity and pandemic preparation in general. A growing compilation of guidance and resources from the League’s Risk Management Resources Department is available at

Regulator Guidance, Member Communications

Empowering people with information and special services will help them understand the situation and take control of their own well-being. The following resources are offered for credit unions for their outreach to and accommodations for employees, members, and communities.



As fears rise amid the pandemic, scammers are more likely to take advantage of concerned and misinformed consumers. The following resources are available so credit unions can equip their members to prevent and report COVID-19 related fraud and scams.

For Credit Unions

For Consumers

Resources for Credit Unions Interested in Participating

Share Your CU Response to Coronavirus

By sharing how your credit union is providing assistance for members and communities affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19), you will help the League/CUNA System share the credit union difference with our movement, communities, and elected officials.

CUNA/AACUL Online Response Form | Note products and accommodations available to impacted members, business continuity and employee assistance, and other support for those affected.

League Meetings & Events

On every upcoming League event, we are working with all parties to consider risk, ensure appropriate precautions are taken, and make the best decision for all involved.

The League has made decisions on the following events it hosts or organizes.

  • ULEND Academy (March 17-18 | Charlotte, NC) – Postponed to August 11-12, 2020.
  • CCUS Users Conference (March 19 | GTCC | Colfax, NC) – Postponed to a later date to be determined.
  • SC Financial Literacy Day 2020 – (March 24 | SC Statehouse | Columbia, SC) – Canceled for 2020.
  • MACCU Spring Conference (April 2-3 | Kingston Plantation | Myrtle Beach) – Canceled, with MACCU Fall Conference in Asheville to be scheduled in October.
  • Small CU Roundtable – (April 29 | Family Trust FCU | Rock Hill, SC) – Canceled, with next scheduled for September 29, 2020.
  • CCUL 2020 Annual Meeting – (June 14-16 | Marriott Grande Dunes | Myrtle Beach, SC) – Rescheduled for August 30-September 1, 2020.

If your credit union has restricted travel and meetings, please notify President/CEO Dan Schline at or via phone at 919.457.9064.

Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Support

For a national scope of the credit union response during this Coronavirus pandemic, and access to additional resources and support, visit CUNA's Coronavirus resource page.

Carolinas Credit Union Foundation Support

The Carolinas Credit Union Foundation is now accepting applications under its Disaster Relief Fund for COVID-19 Relief Grants. These relief grants are for those hardest hit credit union employees who have limited savings and are unable to cover all of their expenses each month due to loss of income in their household related to COVID-19. To learn more about the Foundation’s COVID-19 Relief Grants, please visit or contact Lauren Whaley.

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Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27603

800-822-8859 Phone
919-573-0474 Fax


508 Hampton Street
Suite 300
Columbia, SC 29201

800-822-8859 Phone
803-732-4268 Fax

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