USF FCU donates generously to Tampa General Hospital Fdn.

USF Federal Credit Union donated $10,000 to Tampa General Hospital (TGH) Foundation recently to purchase three, high-tech UV lights to disinfect toys in the play area of TGH’s Children’s Medical Center. The lights, known as toy sterilizers, quickly kill viruses and bacteria, making the toys safe for children to play with.

“We are pleased to be able to make this donation to the hospital and are glad this will help the children stay safe,” said USF FCU President and CEO Richard J. Skaggs. “The work they’re doing at the Children’s Medical Center is vitally important and we’re happy to help with this donation.”

TGH is a Select Employee Group for the credit union.

 

Listerhill Credit Union sponsors Rock the Wreath festivities

Listerhill Credit Union in Alabama recently joined in singing, dancing, and sponsoring at Rock the Wreath on Dec. 4. The event was held to support Room in the Inn Shoals and the important work the organization is doing this holiday season.

The fundraiser featured a Christmas Concert, including some of Florence’s favorite artists: Jordy Searcy, The Brook & The Bluff, and Carver Commodore with special guests Mckenzie Lockhart and Ally Burgess.

Room in the Inn Shoals is a partnership of churches and organizations that provide shelter and sustenance to the homeless population of the community.

 

First Florida Credit Union celebrates opening of 15th location

First Florida Credit Union recently opened a new branch at 1461 Kingsley Ave. in Orange Park, FL. The opening marked First Florida’s fifth branch in Northeast Florida and 15th location statewide.

“First Florida Credit Union is excited to be a part of Clay County,” said Brent Lister, president and CEO of First Florida Credit Union. “We look forward to providing the community with financial services that are not only comprehensive, but also focused on value.”

 

eCO Credit Union visits local school to recognized donations to charity

Staff from eCO Credit Union visited Clay Elementary School in Clay, AL, on Dec. 7 to spend time with a second-grade class. The students had joined in the community effort to raise funds for the credit union’s charity, Change For Children, and were rewarded with a pizza party.

Members, schools, and local businesses collect spare change to donate to the credit union’s project to benefit Children’s of Alabama.