South Jersey Federal Credit Union Employees donate to the Alzheimer’s Association
DEPTFORD, NJ (August 7, 2017) — On August 2, 2017, South Jersey Federal Credit Union employees presented a check in the amount of $2,000.00 to Effie Murphy, Program Coordinator from the Alzheimer’s Association. The donation was made on behalf of the SJFCU employees’ “Charitable Journey” program and will be used for Alzheimer’s research and services in the Delaware Valley.
“Charitable Journey” is an employee sponsored charity program. South Jersey Federal Credit Union employees can nominate a worthy organization to receive the monetary donation. A new charity is selected each quarter and funds raised by employees. As an incentive to donate, SJFCU employees who contribute are permitted to dress down for charity on Fridays.
Pictured are, from left: Erik Young, Director of Sales and Contact Center, SJFCU; Camille Gadsden, Assistant VP of Finance, SJFCU; Effie Murphy, Program Coordinator, Alzheimer’s Association; Claire Davis, Director of Support Services, SJFCU; Regina Warner, Loan Operations Rep III, SJFCU.
About South Jersey Federal Credit Union
Originally chartered and established in 1940, South Jersey Federal Credit Union operates nine full-service locations in Southern New Jersey and Pennsylvania and serves 54,000 members and 700 employee groups. The credit union offers an array of financial products and services, including checking and savings accounts, personal and home loans, credit cards, and business banking services. For more information about South Jersey Federal Credit Union, visit southjerseyfcu.com.
About the Alzheimer’s Association
The Alzheimer’s Association® is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research. The Delaware Valley Chapter, headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, operates Regional and Branch Offices that serve 18 counties in Delaware, South Jersey, and Southeastern Pennsylvania, providing programs and services to more than 294,000 individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder. More information is available at the 24/7 Helpline, 800.272.3900 or alz.org/delval.