Georgia United Credit Union seeks toy & clothing donations for foster children in Annual Wish Tree program

DULUTH, GA (November 20, 2018) — Georgia United Credit Union is holding its 28th Annual Wish Tree program, now through December 12, to collect new toys and articles of clothing for foster children in local communities. Stop by any of Georgia United’s 19-branch locations and pick up a wish for a child. Donated items should be dropped off at a branch by December 12, to ensure deliveries are made to local Division of Family and Children Services offices and other charitable organizations, in time for the holidays.

“It’s our privilege to organize and participate in the Annual Wish Tree program,” stated Aaron Chestnut, chief marketing officer at Georgia United. “Since the program’s inception, Georgia United has provided over 21,000 gifts to children in our community through the generosity and kindness of our donors. We look forward to continuing this tradition to help brighten a child’s holiday.”

For more information on how you can get involved, contact Georgia United’s Business and Community Development Department at 770.476.6409.

About Georgia United Credit Union

Georgia United Credit Union has had the honor of serving Georgia families and impacting the communities they serve for over 60 years. Headquartered in Duluth, Georgia United is ranked as one of the state’s largest credit unions with over $1.8 billion in assets and serves more than 170,000 members with innovative digital banking solutions and full-service branch locations. As a leader in the financial industry, Georgia United has been recognized by Forbes as a Best-In-State Credit Union for three consecutive years and an Atlanta’s Top Workplace seven years in a row. As a purpose driven organization, they are passionate about supporting causes and impactful programs that enrich the lives of their members, team members and communities. Visit to learn more.


Rachel Shwartsman
Georgia United Credit Union | Comm and Public Relations
770.476.6400 ext.6230 |

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