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Dover Federal takes part to help atTAcK Addiction

DOVER, DE (April 15, 2019) — atTAcK Addiction is a non-profit organization that exists to raise awareness about the disease of addiction while fighting to remove its stigma by educating communities, assisting families touched by the disease, and by supporting those in recovery. atTAcK Addiction was created in response toTyler Armstrong Keister’s accidental overdose in 2012; the three capitalized letters in atTAcK represent Tyler’s initials. In the month of March, Dover Federal Credit Union employees raised money that was matched dollar for dollar by the Credit Union totaling $1,588.95 for this meaningful cause.

atTAcK Addiction is a statewide organization that is fully volunteer operated. It is the organization’s goal to help young people realize the dangers of alcohol and drugs so that they and their families never have to experience the loneliness, pain, and tragedy that accompany addiction.  Speaking at schools, prisons, and other venues where there is an interest, atTAcK Addiction strives to create real, effective, positive change within Delaware.To get involved or donate to their cause, visitwww.attackaddiction.org.

atTAcK Addiction Board Members; Rich Mazzio, Sue Yocum & Joshua Cordeiro of Dover FCU.


About Dover Federal Credit Union

Dover Federal Credit Union was originally founded on Dover Air Force Base in 1958 and has been committed to supporting the communities that they serve for over 60 years. Dover Federal currently has seven locations throughout the state and is projected to open an eighth in Camden, Delaware in 2020. Voted the 2019 Reader’s Choice Credit Union of the Year and the First State Favorite Credit Union for the past 4 years in a row, Dover Federal continues to help their members get there, wherever that may be. To learn more about Dover FCU visit any of their branches, or visit them on the web at www.doverfcu.com.

Contacts

Joshua Cordeiro
Marketing Clerk
Dover Federal Credit Union
302-678-8000 ext. 3016
jcordeiro@doverfcu.com

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