First City Credit Union donates $6,000 to local hospitals
LOS ANGELES , CA (September 14, 2016) — First City Credit Union, through its FirstStart Piggy Bank promotion, raised and donated $6,000 to various area hospitals
The Los Angeles, CA-based credit union donated $3,540 to Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, $1,320 to Los Angeles County (LAC) +USC Medical Center Pediatrics in Los Angeles, $720 to Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster, and $420 to Huntington Hospital in Pasadena. The donation to Children’s Hospital LA was matched by CO-OP Financial Services’ Miracle Match program.
During the month of June, First City members opening a FirstStart Kids Savings account would receive a piggy bank with First City would making a $5 donation in their name to an area hospital of their choice. Other members that did not open an account could make an individual donation to receive a piggy bank.
“In the end, we were pleased that the initiative helped to deepen member relationships, increase FirstStart saving accounts, and raise money and awareness for our hospital sponsors,” said First City Credit Union CEO Terry O’Steen.
Photo Caption: First City CU CEO Terry O’Steen with a ceremonial check representing the credit union’s donation for local area hospitals.
About First City Credit Union
Based in Los Angeles, CA since 1937, First City Credit Union is a 5-star rated credit union. With more than $670 million in assets, more than 56,000 members, and capital reserves more than 11 percent of assets--a measurement of strength that few banks or credit unions can match--First City is among the nation's strongest financial institutions. As a credit union, First City Credit Union is a co-operative not-for-profit financial institution, owned and operated by our members. We offer most of the consumer financial services offered by banks. Unlike banks, however, our earnings are returned to members in the form of superior loan and deposit rates, lower fees, and higher quality personalized service. The credit union has branches in Los Angeles, Pasadena, Lakewood, West Covina, Claremont, and Antelope Valley. For more information, visit Firstcitycu.org.