Alta Vista Credit Union prepared a Meal of Love at the Inland Empire Ronald McDonald House to feed families of children receiving medical treatment
REDLANDS, CA (July 18, 2017) — Alta Vista Credit Union prepared and served its second Meal of Love at the Inland Empire Ronald McDonald House in Loma Linda, CA. The dinner, which was prepared by eleven Alta Vista employees; Susie Jarvis, Amber Green, Stephanie Jordan, Shana Crane, Amber Astilleros, Kris Bussard, Jackie Gallegos, Taylor Carrol, Jacqueline Sanderson, Erica Leal and Ben Lopez, and family member Jimmy Sadler, consisted of chicken and beef street tacos, beans, rice, potato salad and dessert. Over 60 people were fed.
“We felt that the Meal of Love was a special way for us to help families that are going through such difficult times,” said Susie Jarvis, Head of Business Development at Alta Vista Credit Union. “Serving some of the families that are staying at The Inland Empire Ronald McDonald House was something that we very much enjoyed doing, and goes along with the people helping people mentality of our entire credit union.”
Community philanthropy is one of Alta Vista Credit Union’s top priorities, along with serving its members. Throughout the year, the credit union makes a strong effort in helping as many people as possible through volunteering and charitable donations.
Jimmy Sadler, Susie Jarvis, Amber Green, Stephanie Jordan, Shana Crane, Amber Astilleros, Kris Bussard, Jackie Gallegos, Taylor Carrol, Jacqueline Sanderson, Erica Leal and Ben Lopez
About Alta Vista Credit Union
Alta Vista opened in 1943 to serve the Air Force base in the San Bernardino area. They gained a reputation for honesty and quality financial services, expanding with a community charter to serve anyone in the San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. For over 75 years, they’ve been perfecting a complete set of financial products while staying true to their values of service, transparency, and community.
ABOUT THE INLAND EMPIRE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE
The Inland Empire Ronald McDonald House provides a “home away from home” to families while their children receive medical treatment at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital and other nearby hospitals. The House supports more than 24 families each night. The Inland Empire Ronal McDonald House is a program of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California.