United Federal Credit Union donates to families fighting pediatric cancer
ST. JOSEPH, MI (April 20, 2017) — United Federal Credit Union (UFCU) has donated $1,400 to Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids Foundation (NICK) to assist parents and families with children fighting cancer.
The donation check from UFCU was accepted by NICK co-founder Donna Criner.
“Prior to NICK, there were no local support services available to families impacted by childhood cancers. United Federal Credit Union helped change that with their support,” said Criner. “They really make a difference in the community.”
NICK provides financial assistance and resources, and connects families with similar experiences for support during a difficult time. Some of the services offered by NICK include post-transplant home preparation; help with out-of-state travel, and assistance navigating medical bills and insurance claims.
Griffith Branch Manager Sylvia Torbica called it a privilege to support NICK.
“Nothing is more important than helping families through tough times,” said Torbica.
Member Service Advisor Deborah Rios (left) and Griffith Branch Manager Sylvia Torbica (right)
present donation check to Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids Founder Donna Criner.
About United Federal Credit Union
United Federal Credit Union has served its Members since 1949 by helping them to build a sound financial future. United consists of more than 191,000 Member/owners worldwide and manages assets in excess of $3.8 billion. Its corporate office and main branch are in St. Joseph, Mich., with additional branches in Arkansas, Indiana, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, and Ohio. Federally insured by NCUA. Equal opportunity lender. Equal housing lender. For more information visit UnitedFCU.com