Vermont Federal Credit Union employees donate time to local non-profits

BURLINGTON, VT (January 22, 2018)Vermont Federal Credit Union employees spent over 650 hours volunteering at local non-profits in 2017.

Credit Union employees collected non-perishable food donations for the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf, walked dogs at All Breed Rescue, helped set up the Spectrum Empty Bowl Dinner and cooked meals for ANEW Place and Ronald McDonald House, to name a few.

Jean Giard, President and CEO, stated, “It’s important for us as a local credit union to create a community for giving back by donating our time to support non-profits that our members and employees are passionate about.” Giard added, “We encourage all employees to volunteer in their communities, including paid time off during the work day to do so.”

About Vermont Federal Credit Union

Vermont Federal Credit Union is a $900 million-plus full-service, not-for-profit, cooperative financial institution that has served Vermonters for more than 70 years, with eight locations currently serving over 50,000 members. Members are part of a cooperative, meaning they share ownership in the Credit Union and elect a volunteer board of directors. Vermont Federal Credit Union provides membership to anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in Vermont. Vermont Federal Credit Union is committed to supporting its communities and helping Vermonters prosper, no matter where they may be on life’s journey.


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