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Lake Trust Credit Union Celebrates New Branch with Donations to Local Non-Profits

Lake Trust Will Donate $10 to Kids’ Food Basket, Holland Rescue Mission or the Lake Trust Foundation for Every New Holland Member Account Opened at Holland Branch Through May 20th

Holland, Mich., April 11, 2019 – Lake Trust Credit Union – a community-based financial institution serving members across Michigan – celebrated the grand opening of its new Holland, Michigan, branch location at 3370 West Shore Drive adjacent to Meijer on the city’s north side yesterday. Joining representatives from the credit union and the Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce were special guests from Kids’ Food Basket, Holland Rescue Mission and the Lake Trust Foundation.

As part of the credit union’s dedication to foster community partnerships, each new member in Holland opening an account through May 20th can select one of the three featured non-profit organizations to which Lake Trust will donate $10, up to a $5,000 maximum. The 2,400-square-foot branch also features two new video teller machines that serve as 24-hour ATMs and also provide the means to speak with a Lake Trust Member Experience Associate for dedicated assistance from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays.

“Our new site on a prime Holland retail corridor means greater convenience, and we’re excited that the branch’s design reflects the outstanding Lake Trust difference in building relationships with our members, commercial businesses and the community,” said Lake Trust Credit Union President and CEO David Snodgrass.

Joining Mr. Snodgrass for the ceremonial ribbon-cutting were Sean Little of Kids’ Food Basket, Rachael Neal of Holland Rescue Mission, Mikayla Farhat-Tomaszewski of the Lake Trust Foundation and Keegan Aalderink from the Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce.

“We’re incredibly optimistic about Michigan’s future and Lake Trust’s part in it across the state and particularly here in Holland,” said Emily Spaniola, Holland Branch Manager.

“Our team is excited to continue to demonstrate our commitment to making a difference and doing good for our members and our community. We’re thrilled to be able to host and support such amazing local organizations focused on providing basic needs assistance right here in our area.”

“I am pleased that Lake Trust Credit Union has built this new, modern and beautiful branch in our community, truly showing its commitment to serving West Michigan,” said state Representative Bradley Slagh in a statement.  “The continued expansion of Lake Trust to all regions of the state is a testament to the sound principles the credit union’s leadership and staff have employed over the nearly 80 years since it was originally chartered.  I wish the entire team of the Holland branch well as they continue exceeding expectations and advancing members’ success up and down the West Michigan lakeshore.” 

Lake Trust Credit Union has more than $1.8 billion in assets and ranks fourth-largest in Michigan in number of member accounts. With federally NCUA-insured branches located in counties across the state of Michigan, Lake Trust is committed to creating stronger Michigan communities. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in the state of Michigan. For more information, visit laketrust.org and follow @LakeTrustCreditUnion on Facebook and @laketrust on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

The Lake Trust Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting local Michigan-based opportunities that enhance the five basic human needs: food, shelter, clothing, education and health care. The Foundation frequently contributes to 501(c)(3) organizations who align with its mission to support economic development, basic human needs fulfillment and entities offering programs for entrepreneurs. Through partnerships, outreach programs, grants, financial assistance and support for a community’s underserved people, the Foundation helps to build and sustain stronger communities. For more information, visit laketrust.org/foundation. For information on Lake Trust’s Moved By Good initiative, see laketrust.org/moved-by-good. Follow @movedbygood on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.


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