Lewistown, Mont.-based Fergus Federal Credit Union embraced the spooky spirit in time for Halloween by delivering festive pumpkins to residents of assisted living communities.
Supporting the Boys & Girls Club
United Federal Credit Union donated $5,000 to a local Boys & Girls Club chapter. The donation from the St. Joseph, Mich.-based credit union will support a mentoring program and help fund maintenance efforts for five of the club's vehicles.
Cycling for a cause
Employees of Wescom Central Credit Union cycled across the California Coast to raise funds for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The Pasadena, Calif.-based credit union raised $210,039 this year.
Employees of Waynesboro, Va.-based DuPont Community Credit Union spent Columbus Day volunteering at 26 nonprofits across the Shenandoah Valley.
Renovations in progress
Employees of Denver Colo.-based Denver Community Credit Union volunteered across six local non-profits, but one project that stood out was a renovation of Children's Area at Metro Caring — an organization that provides food to families — which will now allow the facility to offer childcare.
Jackson, Mich.-based American 1 Credit Union donated $10,000 to an auto museum which will be dispersed in $5,000 increments over two years.
Bringing food to those in need
A coalition of Maine credit unions donated $15,000 to a food bank's emergency response program.
A saver and a winner
Glacier Hills Credit Union announced Kristine Johnson as its $5,000 winner in the West Bend, Wis.-based CU's annual saver's sweepstakes.
Special Olympics donation
Muskego, Wis.-based Corporate Central Credit Union took part in a collaboration that raised over $9,500 among teams from five different credit unions for the Special Olympics.
Fending off the bullies
Joliet, Ill.-based NuMark Credit Unions spearheaded their "Drive Out Bullying" campaign by volunteering at a thrift store and preparing merchandise for sale.