United Heritage Credit Union collecting donations for annual toy drive

Bring a new, unwrapped Toy to a UHCU branch location

AUSTIN, TX (November 23, 2018) — United Heritage Credit Union (UHCU) is hosting its Annual Toy Drive from November 26 – December 12, 2018 benefitting the Center for Child Protection (Center). Members of the community are encouraged to participate in the Toy Drive by bringing gifts to any full-service United Heritage Credit Union branch location.

Donations help the Center provide gifts to children who are suspected victims of abuse, neglect and who have witnessed a violent crime. The gifts are distributed by the center to their low-income clients, as well as clients of Child Protective Services (CPS) who need help.

Gifts must be new and unwrapped, contain no food and do not resemble weapons. They will be distributed to children 0-17 years old and the Center recommends hoodies, sport balls, makeup sets and board games. Volunteers will be wrapping the gifts after they’ve been reviewed so wrapping supplies are also appreciated.

The Toy Drive is sponsored by Team United Heritage, a group of UHCU employees who volunteer their time, raise funds and collect donations for local charitable organizations. These employees will also be contributing and collecting gifts for the Toy Drive. UHCU appreciates the combined efforts of employees and the community to make this Toy Drive a great success.


About United Heritage Credit Union

Founded in 2003, the United Heritage Charity Foundation was developed as a 501(c)(3) to improve the lives of others in its local communities. The Charity Foundation’s goals are to support organizations in initiatives that make Central and East Texas a better place to live, work, and attend school. The United Heritage Charity Foundation’s areas of focus include family support services, healthcare, military & veteran assistance, and education. For more information visit, The United Heritage Charity Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the United Heritage Credit Union and has distributed over $2 million since its inception.


Brandi McCarns

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