ABNB awards $3,000 to the Foodbank of Southeastern VA & Eastern Shore

CHESAPEAKE, VA (February 13, 2024) — ABNB Federal Credit Union recently donated $3,000 to the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore. The donation was part of ABNB’s grand opening celebration at its new Wards Corner branch located at 129 W. Little Creek Road in Norfolk. The credit union’s Regional Branch Manager, Deon McGill, officially presented this funding award to support the vital work of the Foodbank in our community.

“ABNB Federal Credit Union has a long history of charitable giving and community involvement since the credit union’s founding in 1960. We provide significant monetary and volunteer support to non-profit organizations in the communities we serve each year, and we’re very pleased to provide much needed funding to the Foodbank who does great work in our area,” stated Charles A. Mallon Jr., President and CEO of ABNB.

“The Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore plays a vital role in the fight against hunger by collecting, storing, and distributing food to our neighbors, while also working to address the root causes of hunger and food insecurity,” stated Madelyn Cottrell, Community Engagement Manager. “ABNB’s generous contribution will help provide over 6,000 meals to families and children in need,” concluded Cottrell. Visit for more information.

ABNB Regional Branch Manager Deon McGill; Director of Development and Marketing, Mallory Recking; and Community Engagement Manager, Madelyn Cottrell from the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore.

About ABNB Federal Credit Union

ABNB is a full-service financial institution providing personal and business banking services to its members in Greater Hampton Roads, Virginia, and Northeastern North Carolina. With fourteen branches and a nationwide network of credit union service centers and surcharge-free ATMs, ABNB currently serves over 90,000 members. For more information visit


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