LendKey to Fundraise for Sandy Victims at the GAC

NEW YORK (FEBRUARY 18, 2013) – LendKey Technologies (formerly Fynanz, Inc.) has launched an effort to raise funds for the credit union victims of Hurricane Sandy at this year’s CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC).

“The destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy was devastating to the New York City area,” said LendKey CEO Vince Passione. “Our employees, and many of our clients, are residents in some of the hardest hit areas of New York and New Jersey. Their perseverance and dedication to their communities inspired us to match their courage with action.”

Accordingly, LendKey has pledged to raise donations for, the only national online disaster relief fundraising center for credit union staff, volunteers and members. LendKey will leverage its presence at the GAC to rally additional support for the relief efforts by donating $5 for every business card posted to its Goodwill Wall. LendKey, as a CUNA Strategic Services alliance provider, will be located on the main aisle of the exhibit hall in booth 347.

“We applaud LendKey’s efforts to help credit union people affected by Hurricane Sandy,” said Christopher Morris, director of communications at the National Credit Union Foundation. “This can help make a difference in many lives as 100 percent of the donations through CUAid–every cent of every dollar–goes to credit union disaster relief.”

For more information and to participate, please visit LendKey at booth 347 in the exhibit hall.

About LendKey
LendKey is a cloud-based technology company that provides the essential infrastructure for any party to quickly, securely, efficiently, and profitably lend to anyone else.  Its platforms allow anyone to affordably set up a full-scale, fully compliant lending operation within weeks, as well as tap into a community of like-minded lenders.  Today, LendKey powers the lending efforts of over 230 financial institutions across private student loans, private student loan refinancing, green home energy loans, and home improvement loans.

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