Apple Federal Credit Union nominated for Community Award

FAIRFAX, VA (May 6, 2019) — Apple has been nominated for the Greater Washington Good Business Awards (formerly the Outstanding Corporate Citizen Award) through the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce.

The Awards Ceremony and unveiling of the winners will be held on Friday, June 7, at 7:30 a.m. at the Ritz Carlton Tysons Corner. Apple was nominated and won 2nd place last year.

These awards honor and celebrate the leadership of individuals, businesses and nonprofits that serve as powerful champions for good in the community.

About Apple Federal Credit Union

Since 1956, Apple Federal Credit Union has been a not-for-profit, member-owned financial services cooperative, when a group of Fairfax County Public School system educators came together to assist a colleague in purchasing a set of car tires. Apple Federal Credit Union has expanded to a membership of more than 213,000 and assets surpassing $2.9 Billion with 21 branches across Northern Virginia. It offers a wide variety of quality products, including free online and mobile banking, the full range of individual and commercial banking services, and access to more than 53,000 ATMs nationwide. Member trust is Apple’s number one priority along with their vision of improving members’ lives and fulfilling their dreams. Apple’s personalized service and financial solutions, competitive rates, and products allow members to truly experience the credit union difference. One of the keys to Apple Federal Credit Union’s success has been its people and workplace culture. As an award-winning workplace, Apple is a 2017 and 2018 Virginia Business Best Places to work, and 2017 and 2018 winner of the prestigious ATD BEST Award that recognizes organizations that demonstrate enterprise-wide success through their talent development practices.


Beth Yingling,
Chief People Officer
Apple Federal Credit Union

Sondra J. Thomas
Marketing Community Specialist
Apple Federal Credit Union
703-225–1116 phone
703-225-1316 fax

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