Abound Credit Union partners with local education foundation to expand outreach

RADCLIFF, KY (March 2, 2021)

The Omicron Nu Lambda Education Foundation and Abound Credit Union are on a mission to provide life-changing financial knowledge to more Kentuckians. Through their new partnership, Omicron Nu Lambda will provide free access to Dave Ramsey’s financial peace program.

“We’re excited about expanding the reach of our financial education efforts through this partnership,” says Becky Ates, EVP of Abound Credit Union. “The fraternity’s motto of ‘Service to All’ aligns with the Credit Union’s mission to serve. Together, we can change more lives.”

“Omicron Nu Lambda has a legacy of service and deep commitment to the Hardin County community,” says Carl Millsap, Education Foundation Chair. “With Abound’s support, we’ll be able to connect with more individuals in need and provide them with a proven plan for financial success so they can take control of their money and change their lives.”

In addition to Abound’s community partnerships, free online learning tools and financial education resources for Kentuckians of all ages are available at

About Abound Credit Union

Abound Credit Union, a leader in financial education, has been providing valuable banking solutions to help hardworking Kentucky families thrive for more than 70 years. Today, we have 18 locations, $2.1 billion in assets and over 130,000 military and civilian members. The Credit Union has been recognized for its leadership in financial education at the state and national level. Abound was named a Defense Community Champion 2023, ranked #15 Nationwide for Safety and Soundness by S&P Global Market Intelligence, and is one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky for 2022, 2023, and 2024. It’s simple to become a Member, visit our website at to see how you may be eligible.

About Omicron Nu Lambda

The Omicron Nu Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated was established in the District of Kentucky as the 623rd Chapter of the Fraternity. The Chapter provides advocacy and support to the three surrounding communities of Elizabethtown, Radcliff and the greater Fort Knox area. This geographical area serves as the Hardin County KY Seat and the home of the United States Bullion Depository.


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