A Non-Profit Community Venture of US Eagle

What is ARNIA Foundation?

It is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, private entity that supports charitable activities by making grants to non-credit union, non-profit organizations, or institutions. We fully realize and act upon the belief that if discrimination, lack of financial literacy, equal access, and equal opportunity limit just one person, it limits us all.

The ARNIA Foundation was founded to drive our ‘people mean more’ philosophy by improving the quality of life in the communities we serve. We do this by promoting the financial health, knowledge and well-being of neighborhoods, schools, people, and our society at-large. We generously give to programs and projects that ‘make it better,’ and provide a safer place to live, learn, work and play.

Arnia means "strong as an eagle" and has a Native-American origination.

Our current effort: Mettle

Those who’ve served in the military have served us all. We’re working to ensure the needs of our veterans are met.

Recent Efforts

Collective Spark
(ensuring equal housing availability and opportunity)

(affording new learning opportunities in local classrooms)

Financial Literacy
(delivering both adult and youth financial literacy programs and support)

Honoring Our Heroes
(meals for military and first-responder personnel)

New Mexico Gas Company Partnership
(ensuring utility costs are covered for those in-need)

(helping the students of today with financial assistance so they may be the leaders of tomorrow.)

(supporting the environment through security and sustainability)

By joining us as a US Eagle member or making your tax-deductible donation to ARNIA Foundation efforts, you’ll benefit by seeing the impactful work your credit union and ARNIA are doing in our communities.*

For additional information about ARNIA Foundation

Please contact Nadine Buerger, Executive Director, nbuerger@useagle.org or call (505) 342-8794.

*ARNIA Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Please consult your tax advisor regarding deductibility of donations.