Telcoe Federal Credit Union putting the walls up on Habitat build “Porter Cove”

LITTLE ROCK, AR (October 23, 2020) — Telcoe Federal Credit Union was honored to participate in the recent Habitat for Humanity Central Arkansas build at Porter Cove. Telcoe’s home build is located on the first lot on the right-hand side of Porter Cove in North Little Rock Arkansas. Telcoe staff, SBC/AT&T Retirees, Habitat employees and community volunteers all assisted in raising the walls for this 9th and final build in the cul-de-sac.  This was the most “ambitious project yet” according to Habitat staff.

Why is the street named Porter Cove? Porter Cove is named after a world-traveling and community-focused woman named, Evelyn Porter. When she passed away, Evelyn left a legacy gift to HFH Central Arkansas.

Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit housing organization working in local communities across all 50 states and in more than 70 countries around the world.  “Telcoe is honored to be partnered with Habitat. Putting up the walls on Porter Cove was an incredible experience to be part of” said Sarah Mosley, President and CEO.

Sarah and Habitat Home Porter Cove

Sarah and Telcoe Employees

About Telcoe Federal Credit Union

Telcoe opened its doors in 1950, thanks to the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in Little Rock, Arkansas. They are the 2nd largest credit union in Arkansas with over 445 million in assets and serve as a free benefits to some of Arkansas’ largest employers. They offer a range of products, including higher savings rates, lower loan rates, and payroll deduction. Membership is offered to those who live, work, and worship in Arkansas. Providing excellent member service and convenient mobile banking, letting members manage their money on their time no matter the location. 


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