ELGA Credit Union donates $10,000 to hurley hospital’s breast cancer navigation program

FENTON, MI (October 29, 2021) — In celebration Breast Cancer Awareness month, ELGA Credit Union (ELGA CU) donated $10,000 to Hurley Hospital’s Breast Cancer Navigation Program. The program supports those navigating the complicated and stressful world of breast cancer, providing highly-trained registered nurses to support patients from diagnosis through treatment and reconstruction, and throughout long-term follow-up.

“Like so many others, breast cancer changed my life when it took my mom from me in 2015. Right away, I knew that that I needed to get involved in a bigger way,” said Mallory Hazard, ELGA CU Lending Manager. “Knowing that I can make an impact in the lives of others battling this terrible disease, and that all efforts whether big or small can be life changing for someone, means a lot to me. I am so thankful that in October, with the support of ELGA Credit Union associates and members, we’re able to make this life-changing impact. Thank you to everyone who supported us this year.”

ELGA CU kicked off the month with an all-day fundraiser at its Burton branch. Donations were also collected at 13 branch locations throughout the month of October. All funds raised will support local patients being treated at Hurley Hospital.

From left to right: ELGA CU EVP Terry Katzur, ELGA CU Outbound Lender Erica Darby, Jordan Brown with the Hurley Foundation, Dr. Law, General &Breast Surgeon with Hurley Hospital, ELGA CU Lending Manager Mallory Hazard, ELGA CU CEO Karen Church, ELGA CU VP Kathleen Smith

About ELGA Credit Union

Serving members since 1951, ELGA Credit Union is a not-for-profit cooperative; formed, owned and operated with a single purpose: People Helping People. Simply put, anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, or attends school in the State of Michigan is eligible to join. To learn more about ELGA Credit Union, visit


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