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Puppy love
Employees at GTE Financial CU, Tampa, Fla., got a dose of puppy love from the Southeastern Guide Dogs. Each year, credit union employees raise funds for the SE Guide Dogs program.
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GCS Credit Union, Granite City, Ill., celebrated the opening of its newest ATM in Troy, Ill. The ATM accepts deposits and features a touch screen.
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Blood drive
The American Red Cross collected blood from Robins Financial CU employees and members, and members of the community, at a blood drive held at the CU’s headquarters in Warner Robins, Ga. The CU also sponsored the 2017 Perry Dogwood Festival.
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Veridian expands
Veridian CU, Waterloo, Iowa, celebrated its expansion into Omaha, Neb., with a ribbon-cutting event and a donation of a total of $4,000 to three local schools.
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Financial seminar for youth
In Waltham, Mass., local youth enjoyed a free financial seminar at the Waltham Boys & Girls Club, sponsored by RTN GoodWorks Foundation and RTN Federal Credit Union.
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End-of-life planning seminar
Heritage Trust FCU, Summerville, S.C., and the Medical University of South Carolina teamed up to offer a community educational workshop on the financial and healthcare sides of end-of-life planning. This new community initiative is designed to bring awareness to resources made available through Heritage Trust and the MUSC Palliative Care program.
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Real-life 'recycle bin'
Oregon State CU, Corvallis, Ore., recycled and distributed computer stations to better accommodate the staff at Corvallis nonprofit Community Outreach, Inc., which provides food, shelter, medical and holistic support to 5,500 individuals in need every year.
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Hiway cookout
Hiway FCU, St. Paul, Minn., raised $532.62 from its Second Annual Winter Cookout. The funds were donated to the Saint Paul Police Foundation to help support several community programs.
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Helping homeless youth
Del Norte CU, Santa Fe, N.M., donated $5,000 to ¡YouthWorks! for its ShelterNow! project to house homeless young people. DNCU was inspired to meet a challenge grant provided by the Kind World Foundation to the project.