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HEATH / NEWARK, Ohio —Hopewell Federal Credit Union (HFCU) spread some holiday cheer with the donation of  warm weather wear including hats, gloves, scarves and 17 youth size coats. 

BALTIMORE, Md.– Securityplus Federal Credit Union served as an official drop-off location for the 2014 U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Drive, with collection boxes located at each branch, as well as the Credit Union’s Operation Center.

ROCHESTER, N.H.– Holy Rosary Credit Union (HRCU) continued its Christmas Caring Campaign by presenting six more local non-profit organizations with $5,500 in holiday donations.

LIVONIA, Mich.-- Five staffers from Zeal Credit Union recently experienced the joy of helping children Christmas shop during The Guidance Center’s “Power of 10” holiday event at the Walmart in Southgate.

AUBURN HILLS, Mich.—Genisys Credit Union said it was determined to make a difference in the lives of many families this holiday season--and it did.

WOODBRIDGE, Va.  Belvoir Federal Credit Union employees donated over $2,600 to help others in need this holiday season.

COLUMBUS, Ind.—Centra Foundation, the charitable arm of Centra Credit Union, is offering an alternative opportunity to support the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program.

In the spirit of blending hard work with fun, Diamond held a Holiday Sweater Contest. Employees from various branches and departments participated by wearing their most ridiculous holiday sweater and volunteering for their photo to be shared on Diamond’s facebook page. Each employee chose a charity to support, and the employee whose photo receives the most likes will receive a $100 donation for the charity of their choosing. 

DULUTH, Georgia – Georgia United Credit Union held its 25th annual Wish Tree program to collect new toys and clothing for local foster children through local Departments of Family & Children’s Services.

SAN ANTONIO--Thousands of generous families across the San Antonio area helped the San Antonio Food Bank meet and exceed its million pound goal during the agency’s month-long, citywide Food4SA drive in November. Security Service Federal Credit Union has been the lead sponsor for the annual drive since its beginning 12 years ago.