- Community Involvement Committee Sweets For Sweethearts Fundraiser; Order Your Candy Bars Today
- Foundation Supports Life Skills/Football Camp
- Enterprise Holdings Foundation Supports Work of Credit Unions Care Foundation with $2,500 Donation
- Foundation Donates $1,000 to Roanoke-Based Food Bank
Community Involvement Committee Sweets For Sweethearts Fundraiser; Order Your Candy Bars Today
Dec. 4, 2013 - The Credit Unions Care Foundation of Virginia and its Community Involvement Committee is sponsoring our Sweets For Sweethearts event for February. Place your order today for World's Finest Chocolate Candy Bars for sell in your branches. Proceeds will support our local Children's Miracle Hospitals.
Cost is $30 per case of 50 candy bars. The Foundation is ordering in bulk to save shipping costs and qualify for the deepest discount possible. You can download the order form here ... or contact your League's Mary Amyx at email@example.com or 800.768.3344, ext. 630.
Foundation Supports Life Skills, Football Camp
Aug. 14, 2013 - The Credit Unions Care Foundation donated $1,500 to the Lynchburg-area Kids & Pro Camp held in July in Lynchburg.
"The Foundation's support helped make the third Kids & Pros football camp a special and memorable week for Lynchburg’s community. There were 250 kids on the field with 40-plus volunteer coaches and nearly 90% of the kids attended via scholarship," [which were made possible by sponsors like the Foundation], notes camp organizer and former NFL player Buddy Curry.
The Enterprise Holdings Foundation has donated $2,500 to the Credit Unions Care Foundation of Virginia. Pictured (from left); David Deacon, of the Virginia Credit Union League; Dan Knizewski, Enterprise Car Sales; Hadyn G. Tapp, Enterprise Car Sales; and David Miles, Credit Unions Care Foundation.
Enterprise Holdings Foundation Supports Work of Credit Unions Care Foundation with $2,500 Donation
June 27, 2013-The Enterprise Holdings Foundation has donated $2,500 to the Credit Unions Care Foundation of Virginia.
The philanthropic arm of the company that, through its regional subsidiaries, operates Enterprise Car Sales, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands, Enterprise Holdings Foundation plays a key role in the company's commitment to give back to the communities it serves.
The Credit Unions Care Foundation of Virginia, a non-profit formed by Virginia's credit union system, will use the funds to support projects in line with its mission, including charitable and community causes, financial education and disaster relief.
"The Enterprise Holdings family is a well-regarded partner of Virginia-based credit unions and we welcome the support of their foundation," notes David Miles, chief operating officer. "Credit unions and Enterprise have a proud partnership dating back decades in working together to support charitable and community causes that strengthen our communities and aid those in need."
The Credit Unions Care Foundation of Virginia proudly gave $1,000 to Feeding America Southwest Virginia. Fifteen credit union volunteers also volunteered for a day helping the Food Bank sort and pack boxes of food for those in need.
Foundation Donates $1,000 to Roanoke-Based Food Bank
April 17, 2013 - The Credit Unions Care Foundation of Virginia has donated $1,000 to Feeding America Southwest Virginia, a non-profit supplying food to food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters in a 26-county and 10-city area in Southwest Virginia.
"Food insecurity and hunger are painful realities for many in our communities," said Foundation Chief Operating Officer David Miles. "We appreciate the good work of Feeding America Southwest Virginia and its partner agencies in ensuring those in need don't go hungry."
According to Feeding America Southwest Virginia, one in six people in Southwest Virginia struggles to have adequate access to food to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
through continued support and donations from foundations such as yours that we're able to
reach thousands of hungry individuals throughout Southwest Virginia each year," said Pamela Irvine, president and CEO of Feeding America Southwest Virginia. "One in six people in this country are food insecure. Children and seniors are among the most
vulnerable groups. The lack of a sufficient supply of healthy, nutritious food increases the
vulnerability to disease and to a host of other major health concerns."
Because Feeding America Southwest Virginia has the power to generate five and a half meals
for every dollar donated, the Credit Unions Care Foundation's $1,000 donation has the power to bring 5,500 meals to the hungry in Southwest Virginia.
Throughout Feeding America Southwest Virginia's network of more than 405 partner programs, in the 26 counties and 10 cities we serve, an average of 122,300 individuals are served per month. This is made possible by the collection and distribution of more than 18 million pounds of food valued at $26 million.
In addition to the donation, 15 credit union volunteers spent April 17 at the Food Bank, helping sort food items and boxing them for delivery to Feeding America Southwest Virginia's partner agencies.
Learn more about Feeding America Southwest Virginia online at http://www.faswva.org/.
Foundation Donates $5,000 to CMN Hospitals
Feb. 6, 2013 - The Credit Unions Care Foundation of Virginia has donated $5,000 to the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals serving the commonwealth. The Foundation is the charitable arm of Virginia's 180 not-for-profit, member-owned credit unions. It was formed in 2009 through the efforts of the Virginia Credit Union League, the statewide trade association for Virginia-based credit unions.
The $5,000 donation was made possible by credit unions' support of a charitable car raffle sponsored by the Foundation last year. The charity car raffle raised $23,000, with the Foundation earmarking a portion of the proceeds for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Since the raffle concluded last fall around the time of the unfortunate devastation surrounding Superstorm Sandy, the Foundation also gave $5,000 to the American Red Cross to aid relief efforts. Remaining proceeds will be distributed through micro community grants throughout the state.