Georgia United Credit Union deeks toy & clothing donations for foster children in annual wish tree program
DULUTH, GA (November 18, 2013) — Georgia United Credit Union is holding its 24th annual Wish Tree program to collect new toys and articles of clothing for deserving foster children with local Departments of Family & Children’s Services. Georgia United invites any interested individuals, schools, or civic groups to participate by dropping off a gift at any of the 16 Georgia United Branch locations before December 13 so deliveries can be made to DFCS prior to the week of Christmas.
The Christmas Wish Tree Program is one of Georgia United’s longest running community service projects and one of its most successful with an estimated 13,200 gifts donated to multiple county DFCS offices during the 24 year old tenure of the program.
Doug Foote, Georgia United’s President & CEO, commented, “Georgia United has always been involved in the communities we serve across the state. As the economy continues to experience challenges, we wanted to reach out to our county neighbors who are interested in donating toys to deserving children right here at home. If your group, school or civic organization would like to participate, contact our Marketing Department at 770.476.6409 or electronically at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
About Georgia United Credit Union
Georgia United Credit Union is ranked as one of the top credit unions in Georgia with over $950 million in assets and sixteen branch locations across the state. Their mission is to save members time and money with their personal finances. Georgia United Credit Union is federally insured by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF) up to $250,000 per account.
Georgia United serves all state agency employees, Board of Regents employees, adult & technical education schools, numerous county school systems and employee groups, as well as faculty, staff, students and alumni of the University of Georgia.
Additional information may be located at georgiaunitedcu.org.