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FAA Credit Union Tournament Raises $30,000 in Support of Credit Unions for Kids
Thursday, October 2, 2014 7:00 AM

On Monday, September 22, FAA Credit Union held its annual golf tournament benefitting the Children’s Hospital Foundation.  They raised over $21,000 with a CO-OP Miracle match of $10,000, bringing the total to over $31,000. This money helps fund the both the treatment and research of numerous different kinds of pediatric illnesses such as diabetes, cancer, heart and muscular diseases, birth defects, and cystic fibrosis. 

President and CEO of FAA Credit Union Steve Rasmussen said of the event, "We are delighted that our friends and colleagues continue to support our charity golf tournament."  Over 80 golfers from credit unions and organizations all over Oklahoma came out to play.

FAA is grateful for all the sponsors that helped make their event successful:  CUNA Mutual, Diffee Ford-Lincoln, Credit Union Resources, CUBUS Solutions, Inc., Capitol Abstract, Chickasaw Telecom, Inc., Fort Sill Federal Credit Union, NewGround, Oklahoma Employees Credit Union, Route 66 Extended Warranty, and Transfund.

When credit unions hold events such as this one, they help in the efforts of serving sick kids in Oklahoma through Credit Unions for Kids. FAA raised more than $40,000 in 2013 in support of the Children’s Miracle Network. Last year, Oklahoma raised over $180,000 for Credit Unions for Kids.  


About FAA Credit Union

With headquarters in Oklahoma City and seven branches in the greater Oklahoma City area, FAA Credit Union has been serving members for 67 years. Today, the Credit Union has more than 48,000 members in Canadian, Cleveland, Grady, Lincoln, Logan, McClain, Oklahoma, and Pottawatomie counties. Membership is open to anyone who resides, works, worships, or attends school in our eight-county service area. FAA Credit Union has assets in excess of $500 million. Learn more at