San Francisco Federal Credit Union participates in local park clean-up

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (May 29, 2015) — San Francisco Federal Credit Union, a not-for-profit, member-owned financial institution serving San Francisco and San Mateo Counties, joined the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department in cleaning up local parks in the city for several hours on May 14th and May 28th.

The Credit Union had over 100 staff and managers volunteer to pick up trash, pull weeds, and landscape Jefferson Square Park. Additionally the Credit Union contributed to the cause and donated $1,000 to the SF Recreation & Parks Department. The park was located very near their main branch on Golden Gate Avenue.

The Credit Union is a longtime partner of both the SF Recreation and Parks Department, and the SF Parks Alliance. They participate in two clean-ups annually and the staff participation continues to grow each year.

“We put a lot of emphasis on local community service at San Francisco Federal Credit Union,” said President and CEO, Steven Stapp. “When we are able to make a difference so close to the Credit Union, we can actually see our efforts making a difference. This means a lot to me, and I know it means a lot to the staff.”

San Francisco FCU will continue to volunteer and participate in the annual park clean-ups in the future, as they continue their partnerships with both organizations. To learn more about San Francisco Federal Credit Union or their CommunityShare Program, visit

About San Francisco Federal Credit Union

San Francisco Federal Credit Union has been serving San Francisco since 1954. Today, anyone who lives, works, or attends school in San Francisco and San Mateo Counties may apply for membership. We currently serve more than 34,000 members. San Francisco FCU is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration and is an Equal Housing Lender. 

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