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Bringing magic
Santa Ana, Calif.-based Orange County's Credit Union raised over $44,000 for the Children's Hospital at the 2019 CHOC Walk in the Park which was presented by the Disneyland Resort.
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Cycling away
Roughly one-third of St. Paul Federal Credit Union employees embarked on the Saint Paul, Minn.-based CU's bike tour alongside 5,500 other cyclists.
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Increasing access
Wentzville, Mo.-based 1st Financial Federal Credit Union partnered with the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis to increase access to financial resources within the North St. Louis community.
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Helping children
Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union of Northfield, N.J. helped kids start the school year off thanks to donated backups and other school supplies.
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Student support
The Northwest Federal Credit Union donated $20,000 to Northern Virginia Community College for student support programs. The foundation is a charitable arm of the Herndon, Va.-based Northwest Federal Credit Union.
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New n' improved
Bremerton, Wash.-based Kitsap Credit Union showed its support for local schools and sports by donating $500,000 to bring 1,400 bleacher seats to a new stadium.
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Building financial literacy
American Eagle Credit Union Foundation awarded a $10,000 grant to the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis in benefit of a financial literacy program.
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Helping those in need
St. Joseph, Mich.-based United Federal CU donated $5,000 to Four Seasons Foundation, a hospice care nonprofit.
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Big savers
Wings Financial Credit Union joined the CU Realty Services' Million Dollar Club after the Apple Valley, Minn.-based CU saved $1 million for its members on real estate transactions.
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Back to school
Democracy Federal Credit Union based in Alexandria, Va., spearheaded a school supply drive that brought in nearly 50 backpacks chock full with supplies.
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