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RBFCU Spreads Random Acts of Kindness Throughout Texas
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 6:50 AM

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Cash vault winnings and $600 check presentation made to Metzger Middle School in Judson ISD.

Employees surprise communities through the spirit of kindness

It is said that small intentional acts of kindness can change the world. So, when Live Oak, Texas-based Randolph-Brook Federal Credit Union gave its employees free rein to bestow sweet surprises, large and small, across their markets during Random Acts of Kindness Week, Feb. 15–19, they set out to make a big impact.

“Our branch teams have become a part of the neighborhoods and communities we serve, so it was important for us to start in the heart of our organization, with the teams that see our members every day,” said

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Cash vault winnings at Vaughan Elementary School in Allen ISD.
Mary O’Rourke, executive vice president and chief of staff for RBFCU. “We gave them the task of making someone’s day throughout the week, and they certainly delivered!”

In fact, the credit union’s 55 branch teams hand-delivered hundreds of gifts, sweets, and more to credit union members, local fire and police stations, hospitals, assisted living centers, pet shelters, and other nonprofits and community partners in San Antonio, Austin, Dallas, and everywhere in between.

Additionally, throughout the week, RBFCU partnered with Judson Independent School District in San Antonio, and Frisco and Allen Independent

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Whirlwind cash vault.
School Districts in north Texas, to make more than $5,000 in donations, as well as give randomly selected teachers a shot in their whirlwind cash vault to win cash for classroom supplies.

“We consider the school districts to be valuable community partners," O’Rourke said. "We know teachers make personal investments to ensure their classrooms are engaging for students, and we wanted to help make that a little easier."

Random Acts of Kindness Week followed the credit union’s highly anticipated debit rewards distribution. Said O'Rourke: “We just gave $10 million in debit card cash back rewards

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Custom-designed RBFCU Random Acts of Kindness cards employees used when delivering random acts.
to our members, and we consider this week to be another great avenue for giving back and enriching our community."

About Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union

Established in 1952, Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial cooperative whose mission is to improve members’ economic well-being and quality of life. With assets exceeding $6 billion, RBFCU serves more than 600,000 members from 55 branch locations throughout Texas. For more information, please visit rbfcu.org