Solarity Credit Union Sasquatch Campaign raises hundreds for Yakima Humane Society

YAKIMA, WA (July 28, 2023) — Solarity Credit Union has had hundreds of Sasquatch sightings! A $20 donation gets you an adorable Sasquatch stuffed animal, with proceeds going to the Yakima Humane Society (YHS). With more than $1,300 already raised, Solarity hopes to raise much more for its valued community partner this summer.

The YHS shelter has been at capacity for some time and donations help support their mission of ending animal suffering and cruelty, reducing animal overpopulation and educating the community on responsible pet ownership. Hundreds of furry friends are looking for their forever home and Solarity is honored to do our small part to make this a reality. Solarity has been a community partner with YHS for years, donating thousands of dollars to support the organization.

Those who get a Solarity Sasquatch, affectionally shortened to “Squatch,” are encouraged to take the little guy on their summer adventures and tag Solarity on any photos posted on social media. A Squatch is also sent to anyone who gets an RV or boat financed through Solarity to celebrate summer and all the adventures ahead.

So wherever you go in the Pacific Northwest, watch for Squatch sightings! Solarity invites the community to help support the Yakima Humane Society by donating $20 and receive their Sasquatch for endless summer adventures.

About Solarity Credit Union

Solarity Credit Union is a not-for-profit, cooperative financial institution with nearly 200 employees serving more than 54,000 members. With more than $1.3 billion in assets under management, Solarity offers a wide range of financial products and services with a focus on home loans and providing extraordinary experiences to members. Solarity membership is open to everyone who lives, works, worships or attends school within a Washington State school district. More information can be found at


David Eldred, Chief Experience Officer
Solarity Credit Union

Lupita Carrillo, Donor Engagement Director
YWCA Yakima


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