People’s Credit Union teams up with Butler Basketball Club makes $1,000 donation toward using basketball as a tool to give back

MIDDLETOWN, RI (March 5, 2024) — People’s Credit Union has donated $1,000 to Butler Basketball Club (BBC) to help continue their work creating an environment where children can compete, learn, and socialize. Head of People’s Credit Union, Sean Daly, and Courtney Hunter, Head of Community Development for People’s, recently presented a check to BBC President, Randy Butler, to support their efforts to instill fair play, hard work, and tolerance in local youth.

“As two community-based organizations committed to the success of our youth, People’s Credit Union and Butler Basketball Club are a winning combination,” said Mr. Daly. “BBC’s focus on cultivating character, discipline, and teamwork along with teaching young people the value of hard work, resilience, and sportsmanship, will shape them into well-rounded individuals ready to tackle life’s challenges.”

To learn more about Butler Basketball Club, please visit Butler Basketball Club.

People’s Credit Union presents a $1,00 check to Butler Basketball Club
Pictured left to right is Sean Daly, Head of People’s Credit Union, Randy Butler, Butler Basketball President, and Courtney Hunter, Head of Community Development, People’s Credit Union.

About People's Credit Union

Founded in 1922 and headquartered in Middletown, RI, People's Credit Union is a purpose-driven, member-owned, state-chartered, community credit union that serves as a catalyst for positive change in the community through its member engagement and community support. Known for its wide array of personal banking and business banking products & services, including personal, mortgage, and business lending, membership is open to all individuals. All deposits are insured up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), an agency of the federal government. For more information visit


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