ISU Federal Credit Union donates three computers to Reach Services

TERRE HAUTE, IN (March 17, 2023) — Indiana State University Federal Credit Union (ISU Federal Credit Union) recently donated three desktop computers to Reach Services. After seeing a news story about a list of items needed for the organization, ISU Federal Credit Union was eager to help. The donation included three desktop towers with monitors and a brand-new mouse and keyboard for each. The computers will be divided for use at several of Reach Services’ locations.

Reach Services’ mission is to improve the life and well-being of low- and moderate-income individuals with special needs and their families. To learn more about the organization, visit


ISUFCU Reach Services 2023.jpg pictured L to R- ISUFCU CEO, Marie “Sam” Shanks; ISUFCU Loan Officer, Alek Copeland; Pathways Program Manager, Andrew Miller; Resource Development Director, Charity Mouck; Veteran Services Program Manager, Lavett Wilson; and ISUFCU IT Manager, Sam Magill.

About Indiana State University Federal Credit Union

Indiana State University Federal Credit Union, a not-for-profit financial institution owned and operated by its members, does not resemble the modest means with which it first began. Chartered in 1960, Indiana State University FCU was organized by a small group of faculty members from Indiana State University who were familiar with the benefits of a credit union. Indiana State University FCU has grown from a one-room office in the basement of the Alumni Center on the ISU campus to its attractive facility on North 3rd Street. With an asset size of $133 million, Indiana State University FCU serves its nearly 10,000 members in Clay, Sullivan, Vermillion, and Vigo counties with a full range of remote delivery amenities, 24-hour Touch Tone Teller, CUOnline and Mobile Account Access, debit and credit cards, ATMs and electronic payments.

In 1995, the Indiana State University FCU became Indiana State University's first “President's Merit Scholar” donor, providing a full, four-year scholarship to a selected incoming freshman. In 2008, Indiana State University FCU began the Indiana State University FCU Scholarship Program. The credit union has awarded $152,000 in scholarships to 22 college students through this program.

The Indiana State University FCU will continue encouraging their “people helping people” philosophy in this financially competitive world by providing the best traditional and innovative services possible.

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