Texas Trust donates $5,000 to Toys for Tots

MANSFIELD, TX (December 13, 2013) — Toys for Tots is $5,000 richer today after receiving a check from Texas Trust Credit Union. Amber Danford, senior vice president  of marketing at Texas Trust, presented the donation during the Mansfield Independent School District’s second annual toy drive benefiting the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Foundation.

This is Texas Trust’s second year supporting the event, which was broadcast live on the local Fox affiliate during its Wednesday evening newscasts.

Employees from Texas Trust were on hand throughout the toy drive to manage the reindeer during Santa’s visit and help children prepare “magic reindeer food” to ensure the reindeer were in top condition to take Santa to his next stop.

“Toys for Tots brings cheer, joy, and hope to children who might not otherwise receive a gift on Christmas Day,” said Jim Minge, president of Texas Trust Credit Union. “We are thankful we are able to support such a worthy cause.”

About Texas Trust Credit Union

Texas Trust, one of the largest credit unions in North Texas and the 21st largest in Texas, provides financial services that enable members to build brighter financial futures. As a full-service financial institution, Texas Trust offers checking, savings, mortgages, credit cards, CDs, Money Market accounts, IRAs, and investment and insurance services. Its business services include SBA and conventional loans, electronic payment cards, checking and money market accounts, merchant card processing, online banking, insurance and the Employee Solutions Network. With assets of $796 million, Texas Trust operates in Dallas, Tarrant, and Henderson counties, as well as parts of Ellis and Johnson counties. It has 15 branches in Mansfield, Grand Prairie, Arlington, Cedar Hill, DeSoto, Hurst and Athens. Texas Trust is a federally insured financial institution. Deposits up to $250,000 are insured by the full faith of the federal government through the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). For more information, visit

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