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Homefield Credit Union’s 2023 Initiative
In keeping with the credit union motto of “People Helping People”, Homefield Credit Union has adopted a 12 Months of Giving Program.
Each month, Homefield Credit Union will connect with, and support, a local non-profit charitable organization. This support may take various forms - from volunteering time, to donating needed items as specified by the organization, or by making a financial contribution.
For the month of January, Homefield CU accepted donations from employees and members to benefit local food banks. During the month of February, the Credit Union is collecting items for new mothers in need, in conjunction with the Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce Women’s Success Network. All items received will be distributed to local food pantries and non-profit community agencies serving new mothers in the Blackstone Valley. In exchange for supporting these local organizations, employees are able to dress down at work based on specific guidelines.
“Giving back to the community is an important and rewarding act of kindness,” stated President & CEO Karl Moisan. “It allows us to show our appreciation for all that we have and to make a positive impact on the lives of others. By helping those in need, we improve our own lives and the lives of those around us by building stronger communities as well as creating a sense of belonging and connection”.« RETURN TO ALL NEWS
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