United Heritage employees collect over 1,560 school supplies
Supplies Donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas and PATH of Smith County
AUSTIN, TX (August 12, 2014) — A school supply drive to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas and PATH (People Attempting to Help) of Smith County was held at United Heritage Credit Union branch locations and corporate offices in July. More than 1,560 school supplies valued at over $1,780 were collected from United Heritage employees and members.
The school supply donations will help low income children in Travis, Williamson, Hays and Smith counties. The drive was arranged by Team United Heritage, a group of civic-minded Credit Union employees who volunteer their time and resources to support charitable work in local communities.
On Friday, August 8, 2014 supplies were delivered to Big Brothers Big Sisters for preparation and distribution to children in need. Supplies collected for PATH will be distributed to schools in Smith County.
United Heritage Credit Union employees deliver donated school supplies to
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas on Friday, August 8, 2014.
About United Heritage Credit Union
The Credit Union was established in 1957 and over 50 years later, serves communities within the Travis, Williamson, Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Smith and Wood counties. United Heritage has over $786 million in assets, over 55,000 members and 13 locations. United Heritage is a full-service financial institution whose vision is “To Be the Financial Institution of Choice.” Through innovative technology, exemplary service standards and competitive products, United Heritage continues to be a strong force in the credit union industry. www.uhcu.org
About Team United Heritage
Created in 2011, Team United Heritage is a group of United Heritage Credit Union employees committed to the credit union philosophy of “People Helping People.” Team United Heritage participants volunteer their time afterhours to help organizations throughout our local communities by providing man-power and monetary support. www.uhcu.org