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Security Service Donates $10,000 to Clear Horizons Academy Outreach
Wednesday, December 3, 2014 7:00 AM

SSFCU Clear Horizons
(From left) Mike Plowman, director of development, Clear Horizons Academy; Cindy Woolley, assistant director of development, Clear Horizons Academy; Linzi Waldrop, gala chair and parent, Clear Horizons Academy; and Greg Reed, vice president of member service, Security Service Federal Credit Union.

Security Service Charitable Foundation presented Clear Horizons Academy in Orem, Utah, with a $10,000 donation that will be used to offset tuition for its students through a scholarship program. The Foundation helps further Security Service Federal Credit Union's corporate goal of community service by contributing to deserving organizations and causes in its market areas. 

Clear Horizons Academy is a private, nonprofit school for children ages 3 to 16 living with autism spectrum disorders. Their goal is to transform the lives of families affected by autism through piloting, evaluating, delivering, and disseminating innovative ideas and interventions for these children. 

According to a recent study, one in 54 Utah children is diagnosed along the autism spectrum. "Families living in the midst of autism face many challenges," said Greg Reed, vice president of member service for Security Service Federal Credit Union. "The work that Clear Horizons is doing in their community is making a huge difference in not only creating effective learning environments for the children, but also building up their families. It’s our honor to support them in their efforts."

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