St. Paul Federal Supports Casa De Esperanza
Thursday, November 21, 2019
St.Paul Federal Credit Union - SAINT PAUL, Minn. (Nov. 20, 2019) - In support of their ongoing commitment to community enrichment, St. Paul Federal Credit Union employees filled and donated 100 bags with items such as apple juice, applesauce, granola bars and other items to Casa de Esperanza, a non-profit organization that provides safety, support, education, and opportunities to Latina residents of St. Paul.
Casa de Esperanza has been protecting and advocating for Latinas in Minnesota since its founding in 1982 as a shelter. Since then, the organization has greatly expanded the services it provides local
Latinas and has even increased its outreach to a national level. The donation was coordinated through the Greater Twin Cities United Way.
“It’s our privilege to support local organizations such as Casa de Esperanza,” said St Paul Federal CEO Thomas Glatt. “Our credit union has proudly served Latinas in St. Paul since its founding, and this is one more way we add to the vibrancy of our community.”
St. Paul Federal Credit Union was founded in 1953 to serve the members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 110. In 2004 the credit union opened its doors to serve the entire city of St. Paul, Minnesota. Today it has more than $180 million in assets and serves more than 12,500 members.
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Tom Glatt at 651.783.5100 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information on Casa de Esperanza can be found at https://casadeesperanza.org. More information on Greater Twin Cities United Way can be found at https://www.gtcuw.org.