Freedom Credit Union Donates to Kids-N-Hope Foundation Through 20th Annual Gelatin Olympics!
WARMINSTER, PA (June 19, 2013) Freedom Credit Union staff showed their generosity and caring spirit by participating in the 20th Annual Gelatin Olympics and donating $825 to the Kids-N-Hope Foundation.
Freedom Call Center Representative, Brian Rousis, dressed as Darth Vader, took the ultimate plunge into 700 gallons of strawberry gelatin at the Gelatin Olympics on June 12, 2013 in Northeast Philadelphia.
All proceeds raised from the Gelatin Olympics went directly to the Kids-N-Hope Foundation to benefit the children at the Children’s Seashore House of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
In 1996, the Kids-N-Hope Foundation was formed with the intention of helping children receive specialized care. The first ray of hope the Kids-N-Hope Foundation bestowed upon the Children’s Seashore House in Philadelphia was a Music Therapy Program. Music provides these physically challenged children a means of personal and creative expression of emotion and feeling.
The Children’s Seashore House is a regional teaching hospital providing specialized care and rehabilitation to children with developmental disabilities and chronic illness. Founded in 1872, the Children’s Seashore House is the first hospital of its kind in the nation and the fourth oldest pediatric hospital.
Lee T. MacMinn, President/CEO of Freedom Credit Union, and Freedom Credit Union Call Center Representative, Brian Rousis, present a check to the Kids-N-Hope Foundation.
About Freedom Credit Union
Freedom Credit Union, chartered in 1934, is a community-based, full-service financial institution that offers a banking alternative to consumers. Anyone who lives, works, worships, performs volunteer service, or attends school in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, or Philadelphia Counties is eligible to use its services. Freedom Credit Union has over $600 million in assets and more than 59,000 members, operating branch offices in Abington, Lansdale, Philadelphia and Warminster, Pennsylvania.
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