Eagle Community Credit Union employees honored by Goodwill of Orange County

ORANGE COUNTY, CA (June 1, 2016) — Eagle Community Credit Union Business Development Manager Andrea Alcala and former Business Development Officer Crystal Rolling were recognized by Goodwill of Orange County at its 2016 Community Appreciation Award Breakfast.

Alcala and Rolling, who recently left the Lake Forest, CA-based credit union to move up north, were honored for their work and time spent teaching financial literacy courses to the Goodwill community. They were among 22 individuals recognized at the May 31 event for having supported the Santa Ana, CA-based organization’s mission in the past year and for their outstanding contributions.

The credit union started providing these courses in January 2015 and since then have taught more than 20 workshops to more than 150 Goodwill employees and contacts. Alcala and Rolling began teaching financial education classes for the Veteran’s Workforce program. Those received so much positive feedback; Goodwill made the classes a financial literacy requirement for all new employees. This service partnership has led to new memberships for the credit union as well.

“We congratulate both Andrea and Crystal on this great honor; for representing Eagle so well in the community and for exemplifying the credit union spirit of ‘People Helping People’”, said Vice President of Marketing Erica Beach.

The credit union offers and can provide financial literacy workshops, classes, and “lunch-and-learns” to all its employer or community partners who request them, Beach said.


About Eagle Community Credit Union

Founded in 1937, Eagle Community Credit Union is a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative with six branch locations in Orange County, CA. Anyone who lives, works, worships, or goes to school in Orange County can become a member. Eagle is committed to helping members improve their financial well-being through quality products, service excellence and Member satisfaction. For more information please visit


David Ward

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