The National Hockey League's Stanley Cup paid a visit to American Eagle Credit Union/Anheuser-Busch Employees' Credit Union in Saint Louis, Mo. The St. Louis Blues won the 2019 hockey championship.
Expanding financial literacy
Fort Mill, S.C.-based Sharonview Federal Credit Union awarded a $2,500 check to United Ministries' Transformation Walk to raise awareness around the issues of hunger, homelessness and financial literacy.
Keeping people warm
American Heritage Credit Union in Philadelphia hosted its second annual coat drive in support of veterans.
Pentagon Federal Credit Union in McLean, Va., hosted a military employment networking roundtable to discuss hiring challenges faced by service members and various solutions.
Eugene, Ore.-based Oregon Community Credit Union donated $2,500 to Womenspace, a nonprofit providing resources to survivors of domestic violence.
Warner Robins, Ga.-based Robins Financial Credit Union presented a check to scholarship John Lewis, who is pursuing an associate degree in psychology.
York, Pa.-based First Capital Federal Credit Union co-hosted a Buy Local Coalition September Networking Mixer at the credit union's West York Branch.
After receiving over 300 entries across the state of Georgia, East Laurens Elementary was the lucky winner of a $22,000 media center makeover from the Georgia United Foundation, the charitable arm of the Duluth, Ga.-based Georgia United Credit Union.
Texas A&M University named Aggieland Credit Union as the university's official credit union partner. Aggieland Credit Union is a branch of the Austin, Texas-based Greater TEXAS Federal Credit Union.
Aggieland CU President and CEO Howard N. Baker, at right, is pictured with Michael K. Young, president of the university.
Philadelphia FCU pops up
Philadelphia Federal Credit Union hosted a series of "financial wishes" pop-ups at four branches across the city to help consumers reach their savings goals.
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