CASE Credit Union raises over $4,600 for Weekend Survival Kits

LANSING, MI (May 18, 2018) — CASE Credit Union employees, led by the Community Activity Team, raised $4,640.08 for Weekend Survival Kits – a local charity organization that gives hope to hungry kids in the mid-Michigan area by providing nutritional nourishment kits on the weekends.

CASE Credit Union’s Learning and Development Specialist, Jessica Beckett, presented the check to Weekend Survival Kits’ COO and Director of Food Bank Relations, Jillaine Eaton, during the Credit Union’s April all-staff meeting.

“I’m very proud of how generous our employees are in assisting local non-profits that provide an abundance of helpful resources,” stated Jeffrey Benson, President/CEO. “CASE Credit Union is committed to helping the communities in which we serve by supporting neighborhood charities and programs that positively impact the lives of those in need.”

In addition to the check presentation, 11 CASE employees graciously volunteered an evening to help assemble 927 supplemental food kits for Weekend Survival Kits.

About CASE Credit Union

CASE Credit Union opened as Capital Area School Employees Credit Union 85 years ago with 180 members and $11,706 in assets to serve the financial needs of Lansing-area teachers. Today, CASE Credit Union is an award-winning Michigan financial institution with more than 45,000 members and over $380 million in assets. Although its name has changed, CASE Credit Union’s focus remains on empowering its members with financial solutions and education.

About Weekend Survival Kits

Weekend Survival Kits mobilizes communities to provide food on the weekends to children in grades K-5 who may otherwise go hungry ultimately helping remove barriers to academic success. Weekend Survival Kits provisionally serves children in grades 6-12. To learn more about Weekend Survival Kits, visit


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