DCECU contributes $3,021.88 to The Pink Fund following October fundraisers
MIDLAND, MI (November 12, 2018) — Throughout the month of October, Dow Chemical Employees’ Credit Union – in partnership with MacDonald Broadcasting and WKCQ 98.1 FM – raised money for The Pink Fund, an organization that provides nonmedical financial aid to help breast cancer patients in treatment cover basic cost-of-living expenses so they can focus on what matters most – healing, raising their families and returning to the workplace. In all, DCECU raised $3,021.88 through a pair of Jeans Day fundraisers that netted a total of $1,095 that was matched by the credit union, plus $831.88 in cash donations from DCECU members via a piggy bank in the credit union lobby. In the photo, DCECU Marketing Specialist Lynn Moore (left) presents the Pink Fund donation check to MacDonald Broadcasting/WKCQ Account Executive Kim Harder.
About Dow Chemical Employees’ Credit Union
Dow Chemical Employees’ Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial institution that is owned by its members and dedicated to providing them with smart, affordable banking solutions. Located in Midland, Michigan, DCECU has $2.1 billion in assets and nearly 73,500 members and has been recognized multiple times by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) for top performance in saving members money. Membership is open to employees and retirees of nearly 100 Select Employer Group companies and their family members, as well as donors to the Midland Area Community Foundation’s DCECU Members Endowed Scholarship Fund. For more information, visit dcecu.org or call 989.835.7794 or 800.835.7794.
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