Robins Federal Credit Union helps feed the hungry
WARNER ROBINS, GA (November 24, 2015) — Robins Federal Credit Union recently contributed to the Middle Georgia Community Food Bank. Robins Federal made a $1,000 food donation as well as a $1,000 monetary donation.
Robins Federal delivered 50 hams to the Middle Georgia Community Food Bank. The Middle Georgia Community Food Bank estimates that for every $1 donated, they can provide 8 meals. With this estimate Robins Federal’s donation will provide 17,000 meals to people in the 24 counties that The Middle Georgia Community Food Bank serves.
“We are proud to support an organization like The Middle Georgia Community Food Bank. We understand that these are difficult times for some and we are happy to be able to give back for those in need in our community,” said Dee Dee Côté, Senior Vice President of Administration for Robins Federal Credit Union.
Since 1981, Middle Georgia Community Food Bank has solicited, transported, sorted, stored, and distributed millions of pounds of food every year to the needy, hungry, and homeless in Middle Georgia through its participating nonprofit agencies in 24 counties of Middle Georgia. For more information about the Middle Georgia Community Food Bank, visit www.mgcfb.org.
Caption: Amy Etheridge, Senior Marketing Coordinator; Rick Franklin, Assistant Vice President of Operations; and Matt McDonald, Branch Manager with Robins Federal Credit Union employees present a check to Ron Raleigh, Director with Middle Georgia Community Food Bank
About Robins Financial Credit Union
Robins Financial Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with twenty-three branches in central Georgia. Robins Financial currently provides financial services to over 266,000 members, with assets exceeding $4.3 billion.