Insight Credit Union donates 12 printers to Educational Foundation of Lake County
ORLANDO, FL (May 25, 2016) — Insight Credit Union announced that it has donated 12 printers, worth an estimated $3,000, to the Educational Foundation of Lake County.
The printers will be available to teachers through Apple-Mart, a store created by the Educational Foundation of Lake County where teachers can shop for free. Each year, every new teacher in the district receives a shopping pass allowing them to shop once a month. Passes are also given to the school principals who distribute them to teachers. Apple-Mart’s three locations are run by a group of volunteers and stocked by donations from the community.
“Insight is driven by the credit union philosophy of ‘People Helping People’ and we are always considering new ways to support our partners in the community,” said Eleanor Woods, vice president of information technology at Insight Credit Union. “We are thrilled that the printers will be put to good use by teachers in Lake County.”
Photo: Eleanor Woods and Eileen Young of Insight Credit Union assist Douglas Major, Craig Peters and Mike Davis of the Educational Foundation of Lake County in loading up the 12 donated printers.
About Insight Credit Union
Founded in 1935, Insight Credit Union is a state-chartered credit union dedicated to improving the financial lives of those who live and work in the communities it serves. With 16 locations and more than 190 employees, Insight serves over 55,000 members in Orange, Seminole, Lake, Volusia, Citrus, Marion and Sumter Counties. As a full-service financial institution with more than $550 million in total assets, Insight offers banking, loans, mortgages and investments to anyone who lives or works in Central Florida. Visit InsightCreditUnion.com for more information.