South Jersey Federal Credit Union employees make donation to Hurricane Harvey victims
DEPTFORD, NJ (September 15, 2017) — South Jersey Federal Credit Union (SJFCU) employees collected $1,500.00, which was used to purchase 200 cases of water, nonperishable foods, cleaning supplies and baby products for the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
“South Jersey Federal Credit Union has a long tradition of supporting our local communities, and even though Hurricane Harvey may not have directly affected most of our employees, our Credit Union staff still showed their support by opening their hearts and providing much needed food and water to the people of Texas and Louisiana in their time of need,” said James Hartmann, Vice President of Lending, SJFCU.
James Hartmann, Vice President of Lending, SJFCU; Kimberly Martinas, Account Development Representative, SJFCU; Linda Laubach, Director of Marketing; Joccola Thomas , Assistant Vice President of Business Development, SJFCU; Joseph Moore, Security Specialist, 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.
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