Golden 1 Credit Union to support Big Day of Giving through proportional match of up to $50,000

Donations made using Golden 1 debit or credit cards will be eligible

PLEASANTON, CA (April 23, 2018) — Golden 1 Credit Union (Golden 1) announced the renewal of its partnership with the Sacramento Region Community Foundation to support this year’s Big Day of Giving on May 3, 2018. Through a proportional match of up to $50,000, Golden 1 members can maximize their donations to Big Day of Giving by using their Golden 1 debit or credit cards.

“Big Day of Giving is a celebration of the incredible giving spirit of the Sacramento region,” said Erica Taylor, Vice President of Communications and Community Relations. “Golden 1 is dedicated to ensuring our members live their best financial lives and to investing in communities and organizations that make a positive impact on the people we serve. We are thrilled to once again partner with Big Day of Giving and provide a financial match that will make our members’ donations go even further.”

Golden 1 will match up to $50,000 in donations from members who use their Golden 1 credit or debit cards to donate at on May 3. The Golden 1 match will be proportionally divided between the charities supported by Golden 1 members. In 2017, Golden 1 members gave more than $465,000 during Big Day of Giving, which resulted in donations totaling $7.2 million among 599 organizations.

About Golden 1 Credit Union

Founded in 1933 and serving all those who live or work in California, Golden 1 Credit Union has grown to be one of the largest credit unions in the United States with more than $12 billion in assets. Golden 1 is highly focused on delivering financial solutions with value, convenience, and exceptional service to its members. As a not-for-profit organization and dynamic, trusted leader, Golden 1 is committed to enhancing the financial well-being of Californians and their diverse communities. The Credit Union’s 1,700 employees proudly serve and care for 1 million members. Visit for more information.


Karen Doron
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