Honor Credit Union Volunteers Enjoy “Reading Day of Action”

BERRIEN COUNTY, MI (March 19, 2013) – Team members from Honor Credit Union spent Tuesday, March 19th volunteering for the Reading Day of Action, sponsored by the United Way of Southwest Michigan.  In efforts to promote March as Reading Month, the United Way called out for volunteers to read in local classrooms.

Honor Credit Union encourages all team members to volunteer in their local communities in areas they are passionate about.  “Going back to our roots as an educational credit union, we love to participate in events that help our local schools,” said, Patrick Swem, Reading Day Volunteer and Assistant Branch Manager in Stevensville.   Volunteers for the Reading Day of Action encouraged students to read outside of their class time and show that reading is fun.

“Huge thanks the United Way of Southwest Michigan for providing many great volunteer opportunities for local businesses and the Honor CU team.  Their coordination of programs and events to support our local schools is something to be recognized,” said Jeff Pisarsky, Director of Marketing and Reading Day of Action Volunteer.  Nine Honor Credit Union team members took time out during the day to help the United Way promote literacy to local classrooms.

Honor Credit Union is committed to fulfilling our promise of Providing Solutions for Financial Success, in our members’ lives and the communities we serve.  Honor provides a wide range of affordable financial services to more than 38,000 members in fourteen Michigan counties.  If you do not have an account at Honor, you may be paying too much for financial services – come experience the Honor Way.  For more information call 800.442.2800, or visit

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