South Jersey Federal Credit Union raises $1,500 for Cooper Foundation

DEPTFORD, NJ (December 22, 2016) — South Jersey Federal Credit Union (SJFCU) donated $1,500 to the Cooper Foundation for breast and gynecological cancer.  The money was raised through “pink ribbon” donations from South Jersey Federal Credit Union Members and Employees during the month of October.

This is the second donation this year that SJFCU has made to the Cooper Foundation. In April 2016,  South Jersey Federal Credit Union employees presented a check in the amount of $2,200 to representatives from the Cooper Foundation on behalf of the SJFCU employees’ “Charitable Journey” program.


Pictured left to right: Kenneth Barnshaw, SJFCU Vice President Governmental & Community Affairs; Claire Davis, SJFCU Director of Loan Operations; Susan Bass Levin, Cooper Foundation President and Executive Director; Rahul Kachru, SJFCU President/CEO; Camille E. Gadsden, SJFCU Director of Accounting

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

About The Cooper Foundation/Cooper University Health Care

The Cooper Foundation serves as the philanthropic, community outreach and community development arm of Cooper University Health Care, one of the largest health systems in southern New Jersey with over 100 outpatient offices and its flagship, Cooper University Hospital located in Camden, N.J. Cooper University Hospital is the premier university hospital serving South Jersey and the Delaware Valley. Cooper has reaffirmed its role as a leader in medical education and research with the opening of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University in 2012, the first four-year allopathic medical school in South Jersey. Cooper is renowned for signature programs in cardiology, cancer, critical care, pediatrics, trauma, orthopaedics and neurosciences. Cooper is also home to the only state designated Children’s Hospital in South Jersey—the Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper. Over the last decade, Cooper has transformed its Camden City neighborhood into the Cooper Health Sciences Campus. In October 2013, the new MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, a freestanding cancer center for comprehensive care, opened on the Health Sciences Campus.


Daniel Sulpizio
South Jersey Federal Credit Union
(800) 582-7640

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