RTN GoodWorks Foundation donates $2,500 to Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless/A Bed for Every Child

WALTHAM, MA (October 27, 2020) — RTN GoodWorks Foundation has donated $2,500 to the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless and its A Bed for Every Child initiative. Since 2011, RTN’s annual Walk Home 5K benefit fundraiser has raised more than $200,000 to help homeless teens and families in Danvers, Dorchester and Waltham, and support the Coalition’s work.

“We were not able to hold this year’s Walk Home and raise funds to support the Coalition this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Joan Kuhn, Chair of the Board of Directors, RTN GoodWorks Foundation. “We know that more people are struggling during this ongoing crisis and we hope this donation will help provide beds for children in need.”

“So much has changed since COVID-19, but the one thing that has stayed constant has been the requests A Bed for Every Child has been receiving for children growing up in poverty in need of a bed of their own,” says Robyn Frost, Executive Director of Mass. Coalition for the Homeless. “This generous support from RTN GoodWorks Foundation will go a long way to ensuring A Bed for Every Child can continue making delivery of beds.”

RTN GoodWorks Foundation is a 501 (c ) (3) non-profit, public charitable foundation that fosters financial wellness, and promotes financial literacy and community involvement. Founded in 2011, the RTN GoodWorks Foundation is a natural outgrowth of the Credit Union’s commitment to community activities and financial literacy as a key component of financial health.

About RTN Federal Credit Union

RTN is a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative committed to helping members achieve financial well-being through quality products and personalized service. Founded in 1945, RTN is one of the largest credit unions in Massachusetts, with over $1 billion in assets, nearly 50,000 members and 18 branches. RTN Federal Credit Union serves more than 1,100 employer groups including two major employers in Massachusetts – Raytheon Technologies and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.


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