Robins Financial Credit Union participates in a community project
WARNER ROBINS, GA (August 2, 2021) — Robins Financial Credit Union recently contributed $200,000 to 16 organizations as part of their annual Community Project. Organizations were able to submit their application and recipients were chosen by a Board Committee based on their reputation and the work they do for the community.
Robins Financial is committed to the communities they serve and the Community Project demonstrates the ongoing support to improve these communities. The Community Project provides financial support to nonprofit organizations whose purpose is to help families and improve the physical and financial well-being of the community.
“We are proud to give back to our community through supporting these deserving organizations that make such a positive contribution. Our annual Community Project is one of the most impactful ways we live out our credit union mission of enhancing the financial well-being of our community,” said Christina O’Brien, President and CEO of Robins Financial Credit Union.
The 2021 Community Project recipients include:
- Anchor of Hope Foundation in Forsyth
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Heart of Georgia
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Baldwin & Jones Counties
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Georgia
- Children First Inc. in Athens
- Community Outreach Service Center in Warner Robins
- Dublin-Laurens County Habitat for Humanity
- Ferst Readers in McRae
- Fort Valley Youth Center of Excellence
- Make-A-Wish Georgia
- Meals on Wheels of Middle Georgia
- Project Safe Inc. in Athens
- The Salvation Army of Warner Robins
- Trinity United Food Pantry in Warner Robins
- United In Pink in Macon
- Women In Need of God’s Shelter (WINGS) in Dublin
Robins Financial Credit Union presented checks to Community Project recipients
About Robins Financial Credit Union
Robins Financial Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with twenty-three branches in the state of Georgia. Robins Financial currently provides financial services to over 268,000 members, with assets exceeding $4.3 billion.