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CU News Briefs
Monday, June 30, 2014 6:45 AM

InTouch CU 40th Anniversary Celebration Ends with $4,000 Donation to Cell Phones for Soldiers

InTouch CU Cell Phones for SoldiersLast Thursday, InTouch CU presented a $4,000 check to Cell Phone for Soldiers. The credit union began their Cell Phones for Soldiers donation drive in April to honor their 40th anniversary.  The check, presented June 26, included all monetary donations from credit union members, matching funds from the credit union as well as an additional donation made by InTouch CU, beyond its matching promise.

Cell Phones For Soldiers, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, collects donated cell phones, which they then refurbish or recycle in order to purchase prepaid international calling cards for troops overseas to connect with their loved ones at home. On average, the funds earned through these phone donations generate 30 minutes of talk time per dollar.

United FCU Awards $5,000 in Scholarships

United FCU has awarded $5,000 in college scholarships to nine students through its corporate and state programs. The scholarships are granted to outstanding graduating high school seniors based on academic achievement, community involvement, extracurricular activities and an original essay discussing the credit union philosophy of “people helping people.”

Click here to see profiles of scholarship winners.

A+ FCU Celebrated 65th Anniversary in June

A+ FCU is celebrating 65 years of serving the Central Texas area with sound financial products and services, nationally recognized financial education programs and a commitment to educational initiatives for teachers and students.

Founded in 1949 by 50 teachers and administrators picnicking in Zilker Park, A+FCU has grown to one of the largest credit unions in Central Texas with over 113,000 members.

“With roots in education, it’s important to us to improve financial literacy within the communities we serve and guide our members to financial solutions that help them achieve their dreams,” said A+FCU CEO Kerry A. S. Parker.

For the 65th birthday, A+FCU celebrated with an “Our Gift to You” member appreciation and celebration throughout the month of June. Members who visited their branch received a gift to commemorate the occasion. Plus, the credit union covered an A+FCU loan payment for 65 lucky members.