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Valley Credit Union staff gathered together for the annual WHS WillaMutt Strut. Valley staff helped the Willamette Humane Society raise over $19,000 and had the opportunity to “strut their mutts” (walk their dogs) during the 3k fun run and walk in the Salem Riverfront Park.
Answering a call for assistance from McBride Elementary, St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union donated time and money to increase the “fun quotient” of the school’s outdoor playground equipment by installing The Vortex, a spinning cage-like dizzying experience.
Unitus Community Credit Union staff rallied together in support of the Schoolhouse Supplies “Pack a Palooza” packing 566 backpacks at 2.23 seconds per backpack! These backpacks will ensure students of Vestal will begin school with the tools they need to help them succeed.
With the help of its strong supportive members in an effort to give back to the community, Clackamas Federal Credit Union has raised $20,000 in donations for two local non-profits dedicated to safeguarding the lives of Clackamas County residents. The Mt. Hood Search and Rescue Council and A Safe Place Family Justice Center. Way to go Clackamites!
The credit union community came together for the Dave & Dan Classic golf tournament, presented by First Tech Federal Credit Union and OnPoint Community Credit Union, raising a record $408,000 for sick children and medical research. The proceeds for Credit Unions for Kids will benefit the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.