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Bedding Drive Benefits Non-Profits to Support Local Communities
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Funding 'Little Lockers' at Elementary Schools to Encourage Reading
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$200,000 to Westerly Hospital Foundation
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Robins Financial Credit Union Continues Support of Women Build Day Warner Robins, GA — Robins Financial Credit Union recently made a $5,000 donation to the Macon Area Habitat for Humanity for their 2023 Homecourt Pickle Ball Tournament. This event will take place in October. In addition to the donation, a team of Robins Financial Credit Union employees volunteered at a home in Lynmore Estates for Habitat’s “Women Build Day.” This amazing team of ladies completed[...]
GCS Credit Union was recently awarded the Doing Well by Doing Good Award by Mastercard for their charitable and community efforts as part of Mastercard’s Community Institution Segment Awards. The Doing Well By Doing Good Award recognized GCS for their annual Tee Up Fore Veterans Golf Tournament. Raising funds for veterans is just one of the many ways GCS is able to support their local community. With the help of over thirty sponsors and one hundred twenty-four golfers, GCS raised[...]
It’s no secret that AMOCO Federal Credit Union loves its members and the community it serves. Through its partnership with over 600-plus companies, who offer AMOCO’s products and services to their teams, AMOCO has long supported efforts to show appreciation to those companies by sponsoring various events in different capacities. The latest endeavor, under the leadership of CEO and President, Shawn Bailey, by a team of 26 employee volunteers of AMOCO passed out breakfast[...]
Alaska USA honored 12 members of Alaska’s armed services chosen as the Service Person of the Year honorees as well as the Spouse of the Year, and the Bobby Alexander Civic Leader of the Year at the 28th Annual Alaska Military Appreciation Breakfast. These exceptional enlisted service members represent each of the active-duty branches of the Guard and Reserve. Each nominee underwent a panel interview after being nominated by their supervisors and was recognized and awarded for their[...]
Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union (MSGCU) is proud to share 2022 achievements and highlights, including community support initiatives, award recognitions, and member service enhancements. To support its commitment to the credit union philosophy of “people helping people,” MSGCU and its dedicated team members provided over $315,000 in community support, helping individuals and more than 280 organizations.   Making a difference. As part of community giving, [...]
Jeanette Caligone, of Hitchcock, was ready to come back “home.” In 2017, Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc in the Greater Houston-Galveston area, and Caligone, whose car was financed through AMOCO Federal Credit Union, found herself in a terrible predicament when her car was flooded during the storm. Her car insurance paid off the vehicle’s value; however, it didn’t cover the vehicle’s loan balance. Unfortunately, along with life circumstances, Caligone had[...]
Michigan credit union honored for staff education, promotion of diversity, equity and inclusion LAFCU has been recognized as a diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) education leader and awarded the 2022 Brandon Hall Group HCN Excellence Bronze Award in the Best Learning Program that Supports and Promotes Diversity, Equity and Inclusion category. The Excellence Awards honor the top organizations worldwide that have successfully implemented programs, strategies, systems and tools that[...]
Warner Robins, GA — Robins Financial Credit Union recently provided a $1,000 donation to Genesis Joy House Homeless Shelter. Genesis Joy House Homeless Shelter is committed to ending chronic homelessness among women veterans in the Southeast. For these women, the return to civilian life is very hard. Many suffer from issues such as PTSD, traumatic brain injury and military sexual trauma. They provide transitional housing, career training, mental health counseling, life skills classes[...]
Warner Robins, GA — Robins Financial Credit Union recently sponsored the Autism Awareness Festival by contributing to the Anchor of Hope Foundation. Anchor of Hope Foundation provides financial and spiritual support, encouragement, community resources and services to families with developmental disabilities. The Autism Awareness Festival, held this year on Saturday, April 29th, is a day of promoting community awareness, acceptance and inclusion through education about developmental[...]
Warner Robins, GA — Robins Financial Credit Union is honored to provide a donation to Taylor County Middle/High School for $1,000 to support their 21st Century Viking Pride Robotics team as they head to the state robotics competition. The robotics team comprised of middle and high school students is still fairly new, having only been in existence for four seasons. Robins Financial recently learned about the team’s journey to compete and some of the obstacles they had faced. The[...]
RALEIGH – With one dollar a month, State Employees’ Credit Union’s (SECU’s) 2.7 million members are making a powerful impact in North Carolina’s most economically distressed communities. Since SECU Foundation was established in 2004, it has provided $61.4 million to support Tier 1 counties, identified by the N.C. Department of Commerce as the state’s most distressed based on factors such as unemployment, household income, and population growth.[...]
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – SECU Foundation recently awarded a $500,000 grant to Senior Services, a Forsyth County non-profit offering programs that respond to the needs of the elderly and their caregivers. The grant will support the campus expansion of a new Intergenerational Center for Arts and Wellness to provide comprehensive care for underserved and vulnerable seniors.   Through the Center, the non-profit will offer collaborative senior adult services for physical health,[...]


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