Mill City Credit Union’s give-gack campaign “Making the Greater Good Even Greater” returns for 2017

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (February 10, 2017) — After a rewarding year-plus campaign, Mill City Credit Union is set to return their quarterly community give-back program, Making the Greater Good Even Greater. The program aims to honor the credit union philosophy of “people helping people” and inspire charitable giving throughout the Twin Cities area. Since August 2015, Mill City Credit Union has awarded $20,478 to 13 non-profits and 12 small business participants in the program.

In 2017, Mill City Credit Union will award $1000 to one small business and one non-profit organization every quarter. To be considered, a small business or nonprofit organization must be nominated through Mill City Credit Union’s Greater Good program webpage. Nominations will be accepted year-round and eligible nominees will be entered into a Facebook contest. The first vote opens on Saturday, February 11, in which the winners are determined by a popular vote.

To be eligible, small business or nonprofit organizations must have total net revenue of less than $500,000 on their last IRS filing or an IRS 501c3 tax exemption status. They must also operate in the counties that Mill City Credit Union serves: Hennepin, Carve, Meeker, McLeod and Wright counties. Additional details and restrictions can be found online.

About Mill City Credit Union

Mill City Credit Union, formerly General Mills Federal Credit Union, has exclusively served General Mills, Inc. for nearly 80 years. Since October 2014, along with General Mills employees, retirees and their families nationwide, Mill City Credit Union now exceptionally serves individuals who live, work, worship, volunteer, attend school, or conduct business in Carver, Hennepin, Meeker, McLeod, and Wright counties in Minnesota. Always leading edge in service and delivery, Mill City Credit Union continues its commitment to strengthen the financial well-being of more than 23,000 member/owners across the country.


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