Well, it's Thursday, and you know what that means.. #HumanitarianHightlight post!! We love the credit union industry and all the #CUdifference acts many credit unions participate in. Wanting a change is one thing, but creating the change is a whole different story. If you know of any credit union that went above and beyond for their community, use #HumanitarianHighlight to be featured on our page!
Huge round of applause to TruStone Financial FCU’s employees for participating in their bigBowl fundraiser for the fourth year in a row. They were able to raise an astounding amount of $9,000 to be donated to the Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest. This incredible non-profit offers financial literacy help, college and career readiness and of course entrepreneurship education for students K-12.
Get ready for this!! Since 1982, Jolt Credit Union has awarded over $2 million in scholarships! Recently, Jolt CU has awarded a $400 check to another member. Way to go #CUfamily!
Through their Casual for a Cause program, Ascentra CU presented a $563 check to one of their members who has been battling many medical issues.
Awarded their scholarship winner $1,500! Congratulations to all of the 2019 graduates! May your futures be as bright as your smiles!
How phenomenal is this?! PenFed CU announced this past March, they launched PenFed Digital, a division to highlight many inspirational stories, resilience and service. Just recently, their staff members Chris Mullen, John Mogor and Andrea McCarren were recognized for their influential work and were each awarded an Emmy Award!! Congratulations to all!
“Our team’s mission is to share stories of inspiration, resilience and service,” said McCarren, Vice President and Chief Content Officer at PenFed. “Each day, members of the military community and our credit union community live extraordinary lives. We will give them a voice and a platform to share their experiences with the world. We’ll be traveling throughout the country capturing compelling content to showcase ordinary Americans doing extraordinary things. We’ll bring our engaged online community along on our journey.” PenFed CU, Media Relations
Always motivated, Elevations CU set a goal for themselves to complete 1,000 hours of volunteer time for this month. They only have a little bit of hours left, so let’s cheer them on and thank them for working so hard to create a cleaner living environment for the community.
Recently donated 150 toiletry care packages to Project Homeless Connect in Jefferson County!