Kirtland Federal Credit Union celebrates 60th anniversary with $6,000 donation to United Way
ALBUQUERQUE, NM (April 9, 2018) — As part of their 60th anniversary celebration, Kirtland Federal Credit Union is donating $6,000 to the United Way’s Mission: Graduate program.
Mission: Graduate’s goal is to add 60,000 new graduates with college degrees and certificates to the New Mexico workforce by 2020. The program pairs more than 300 educators, local employees, lawmakers, community members and educational support providers with New Mexico youth to create an environment that fosters world-class education and creates opportunities for youth to advance their education and form a successful career path.
“At Kirtland Federal Credit Union, we believe in being an active part of our community and working to support the next generation of leaders,” said Tom Shoemaker, Interim President and CEO of Kirtland FCU. “The United Way’s Mission: Graduate program is fundamentally empowering the youth of New Mexico by providing access to outstanding education opportunities. We’re proud to support such a vision for our young adults and for the future of New Mexico.”
Chris Morrison – Director of Workplace Campaigns for United Way of Central New Mexico Tom Shoemaker – Interim President & CEO for Kirtland Federal Credit Union Randy Woodcock – Vice President of Development for United Way of Central New Mexico
About Kirtland Federal Credit Union
Established in 1958, Kirtland Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial partner to our members on Kirtland Air Force Base, in the Albuquerque area, throughout the state of New Mexico and beyond. With assets approaching $855 million, Kirtland FCU serves more than 48,000 members at five branches, as well as the dedicated Home Loan Center. Learn more at www.kirtlandfcu.org/about.