Allegacy Federal Credit Union donates $10,000 to relief efforts for Weaver plant fire

WINSTON-SALEM, NC (February 3, 2022) — Allegacy Federal Credit Union announced today a $10,000 donation to help with the recovery and relief efforts in the wake of the Weaver Fertilizer Plant fire that ignited on Monday, resulting in the evacuation of an estimated 6,000 people and closed businesses in a one-mile radius of the fire.

Allegacy made the $10,000 donation to the American Red Cross for emergency relief efforts to assist the evacuees, many who are sheltering at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds. Allegacy also delivered a truckload of bottled water to the Second Harvest Food bank for distribution to first responders and those displaced.

“We are proud to help our community partners deliver much-needed aid to the residents and businesses displaced by the Weaver Plant fire, many of whom are part of our Allegacy family,” said Cathy Pace, Allegacy President and CEO. “It is during uncertain and scary times as these that we appreciate the way our community of Winston-Salem comes together to support one another. We encourage organizations and individuals to look for ways to lend a hand by making financial or in-kind donations and volunteering.”

There are several ways other businesses and community members can donate.

  • Red Cross – accepting financial donations online, by text, by mail, or phone here. You may designate your donation for emergency relief to assist the response efforts.
  • Salvation Army – on standby to serve meals, provide beverages for first responders and displaced persons. Direct donations can be made here.
  • Second Harvest Food Bank – Donate funds directly here or deliver bottled water, which is in high demand, to 3655 Reed Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27107

About Allegacy Federal Credit Union

For 57 years, Allegacy Federal Credit Union has helped its members, employees, and the communities it  serves be their best by helping all make smart financial decisions. Allegacy is one of the largest credit  unions in North Carolina, serving more than 173,000 members worldwide with $2.2 billion in assets and  more than $1.5 billion in assets under management in Allegacy Investment Group, offered through CUSO  Financial Services, LP. With roots in Winston-Salem, Allegacy has 19 locations across the Triad and  Charlotte areas, and nine high school student-run credit unions. Allegacy offers personal and business  financial services to its members, including the employees, retirees, and families of more than 5,000  companies throughout the country. To learn more, visit


Melody Owens

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