Envision Credit Union emphasizes commitment to community with development of local foundations

The Focus Foundation and Rose City Foundation will further support communities in which they were founded

TALLAHASSEE, FL (April 12, 2019) — Envision Credit Union (Envision) has officially announced the development of two foundations in an effort to aid local charities and organizations in their respective communities. Focus Foundation was established in 2016 after Envision merged with FOCUS Credit Union, creating an opportunity to further support the North Florida communities in which the credit union was founded. In 2017, a similar partnership was established with Rose City Federal Credit Union, and the Rose City Foundation was created and designed to continue the credit union’s strong dedication to their community in the South Georgia area. With a multi-year commitment from Envision, each of these foundations has allocated funds to support community-building efforts through volunteer and sponsorship opportunities.

“At Envision, the communities we serve matter and our credit union is proud to support local initiatives through each of these foundations,” said Darryl Worrell, President and CEO of Envision Credit Union. “The continued dedication reinforces our belief that we all benefit from strong communities.”

While supporting education is an area of significant importance to Envision, the Focus Foundation and Rose City Foundation allows the credit union to indirectly support initiatives within or outside of the educational realm. Focus Foundation board members are actively searching for local initiatives to support. Community members are encouraged to visit the Foundation’s website for more information and to submit a sponsorship request today.

For more information about Envision Credit Union’s community involvement and Foundations, please visit


About Envision Credit Union

Founded in 1954 by Leon County educators, Envision Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial  institution focused on providing personalized products and services of exceptional value to  members at the lowest possible cost. Today, Envision serves more than 63,000 members  across 19 counties in Florida and Georgia. With nearly $809 million in current assets, it  maintains a strong focus on giving back to education-based initiatives and upholding the credit  union philosophy of people helping people.


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