City & County Credit Union Hosts Second Annual Impact Day
Monday, October 03, 2016
City & County Credit Union - ST. PAUL, Minn. (October 3, 2016) - On Monday, October 10, City & County Credit Union will host its second annual Impact Day and participate in a statewide event to spread kindness in the community.
During City & County Credit Union’s Impact Day, 48 employees and volunteers will spend the day living out the ‘People Helping People’ philosophy by giving back to a host of charitable organizations.
In the morning, City & County will host a packing event for The Neighborhood House – a multi-cultural, multi-lingual center with a mission is to help people, families and organizations develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to thrive in diverse communities. Volunteers will assemble Kitchen Kits filled with house essentials, measure out portions of dried beans and rice and create t-shirt bags to be used in The Neighborhood House’s food pantry.
In the afternoon, City & County employees will serve at Bridging, The Sheridan Story and the Maplewood Salvation Army Adult Day Center. In addition, City & County will be delivering thank you cards and treats to local Saint Paul police officers at three area precincts.
“Giving back to our members and community is always top of mind at City & County Credit Union. We strongly believe in living out the ‘People Helping People’ philosophy and Impact Day is one of the many ways we actively live this philosophy out,” Patrick Pierce, CEO/President, explained. “For the second year in a row, we are eagerly joining forces with our fellow Minnesota credit unions to make an impact in our communities.”
About City & County Credit Union
City & County Credit Union is a cooperatively owned, not-for-profit credit union based in Saint Paul, Minnesota, with more than 38,000 members and $457 million in assets. Founded in 1928 to serve the employees of Ramsey County and Saint Paul, City & County Credit Union now serves those who live, work, worship or attend school in Ramsey, Washington or Dakota County. To learn more, call (651) 225-2700 or visit www.cccu.com.