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PSCU Donates More Than 50 LBS of Art Supplies to Local Nonprofit

PSCU – the nation’s premier payments Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO) – recently organized a drive for art supplies at its Phoenix location to benefit Free Arts of Arizona, a nonprofit organization focused on delivering creative and therapeutic arts programs to children aged 3 to 21 who have faced abuse, neglect and homelessness. PSCU employees collected and delivered over 50 lbs of supplies – including easels, paint and other items – to the nonprofit, putting the credit union philosophy of “people helping people” into practice. Free Arts of Arizona will celebrate its 25th anniversary in October, having served over 122,000 Arizona children since its founding.

Photo: PSCU employees Linda Katzorke (right) and Frances Marrow (middle) deliver art supplies collected by PSCU to Free Arts of Arizona program assistant Kirsten Morelli (left).


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