HERNDON, Va., The Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Foundation was the recipient of a $26,000 donation from Pentagon Federal Credit Union.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Jim Nussle, President and CEO of CUNA, toured America’s Credit Union Museum, seeing the office of the very first credit union in the United States and exhibits showcasing the ways that credit unions have improved the lives of Americans over the last 100 years.
SAN ANTONIO--Michael Cubeta, vice president of legal services at Security Service Federal Credit Union, has been elected to membership in the Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation.
MANCHESTER, NH – A $3,000 Community Outreach grant from St. Mary’s Bank, the nation’s first credit union, will be used to purchase an innovative classroom “star board” for the Presentation of Mary Academy (PMA) in Hudson.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.--Ent Federal Credit Union here took in more than 60,000 pounds in used and unwanted electronics as part of a two-day electronics recycling event that it hosted. The amount collected was more than six times that collected at previous recycling events.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.--Brendan Oman, a senior at the University of Arkansas, won $5,000 for sinking four shots in a row, including a culminating half-court shot, in Arkansas Federal Credit Union's Bank Shot competition.
CHARLESTON, S.C.—Over a two-month period Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union employees and members supported the March of Dimes 2015 fundraising initiatives through bake sales, employee luncheons, personal donations and more
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – Genisys Credit Union was the premier sponsor for Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency’s (OLHSA) Walk for Warmth event, which was held at Great Lakes Crossing Outlet Mall in Auburn Hills. Additionally, Genisys Credit Union members and employees raised over $32,000 to assure local neighbors stay warm during the winter months.
GLENDORA, Calif.—At the Neighborhood Homework House (NHH) at Azusa Pacific University, an annual fundraising dinner was held with the theme of “Sowing Seeds of Knowledge,” and was sponsored in part by America’s Christian Credit Union (ACCU). The event’s program featured Homework House students and alumni sharing their success stories, spotlighting the positive impact that NHH has played in their lives. A raffle and donor appeal raised additional funds for the many programs that Homework House provides.
RIVERSIDE, Calilf. - A dozen Altura Credit Union employees brought books to life for elementary school children recently as part of a national literacy program, Read Across America. They visited nine elementary schools in Riverside County, Calif., and read to the students. Read Across America is celebrated every year close to the birthday of beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss.