Humanitarian Highlight 8.12.21

This week, our focus for Humanitarian Highlight is on who are giving their community the strength to overcome life’s trials and tribulations.

Bay Federal Credit Union

In Bay Federal Credit Union’s annual fundraising drive, a total of over $27,000 was collected for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. The money will go to help children in the various high-quality children’s hospitals the network represents.

West Virginia Central Credit Union

GoPacks, a nonprofit made to fight food insecurity and provide educational programs for children, partnered with this to raise over $10,000. The money was raised through individual donations and contributions from West Virginia Credit Union community members and staff.

Credit Union West

Employees at West donated $5,451 to the Firefighter Angel Foundation. This non-profit foundation aims to help children in need by providing essential items and services, particularly those in Yavapai County.

State Employees Federal Credit Union

State Employees Federal pledged to donate a significant amount of money to the Special Olympics for every USA victory in the Tokyo Olympics. The credit union pledged $500 for every gold, $250 for every silver and $125 for every bronze. Fans and community members are also encouraged to donate directly through SEFCU’s page on the event.

Ascend Federal Credit Union

This announced that their employees had donated 5,279 food items to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. Ascend Federal Credit Union held the collection in its corporate office and within all 28 branch locations. The food bank will be donating the collected foods to 27 different agencies. This is the fourth year the credit union has participated in this food drive.

Visions Federal Credit Union

For July 4th, Visions Federal hosted its annual 4 on the 4th Road Race. This event supports a charitable organization of the credit union’s choosing, and this year’s event donated to the Southern Tier Veterans Support Group. Over 350 runners participated both virtually and physically, and as a result of the race, the donated over $3,500.

Oak Tree Business Systems, Inc.

These charitable acts benefitting children, veterans, and other vulnerable groups grant people the strength to overcome their struggles, and these should be praised for them.

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