Aggieland Credit Union donates $10,000 to Voices for Children – CASA of Brazos Valley

AUSTIN, TX (May 26, 2022) — The annual Go to Bat for CASA campaign came to a close May 14 at Blue Bell Park. Aggieland Credit Union, the official credit union of Texas A&M, proudly sponsored the occasion and presented a check for $10,000 to the CASA of Brazos Valley organization, Voices for Children, during the Texas A&M versus Mississippi State baseball game.

The “Go to Bat for CASA” pledge raises awareness for neglected and abused children of Brazos Valley. Through CASA, abused and neglected children are paired with a community volunteer advocate to be a voice for them and help give them a brighter future by working to place them in safe and permanent homes

Aggieland Credit Union is a longtime supporter of CASA and Voices for Children.

“Because of our shared core values, the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Baseball program has historically partnered with us to support Voices for Children,” said Jason Goodman, Texas A&M class of ‘00 and COO of Aggieland Credit Union. “We appreciate A&M’s partnership and willingness to raise awareness and money for CASA to help children of abuse.”

Voices for Children Executive Director, Amy Faulkner, was at the game to receive the donation from Aggieland Credit Union presented by Goodman.

Jason Goodman from Aggieland Credit Union presented a check for $10,000 to th Brazos Valley CASA executive director, Amy Faulkner.

About Aggieland Credit Union

Aggieland Credit Union was founded in 1985 by Aggies as a financial cooperative to support fellow Aggies and their families. The credit union is now a subsidiary of Austin-based Greater Texas Credit Union and emphasizes community stewardship, charitable giving, and employee volunteerism. Together with Greater Texas, Aggieland Credit Union offers a wide variety of consumer-oriented banking services to its 80,000 members across the state of Texas. The combined credit union has locations in Bryan-College Station, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Edinburg, and the Dallas-Fort Worth market with assets of nearly $1 billion.


Kristine Tanzillo, Dux Public Relations | 903-865-1078


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