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Marshall Community Credit Union Partners with Charitable Union

Marshall Community Credit Union (MCCU) is once again partnering with Charitable Union of Battle Creek to collect winter coats for those in need.

For several years, MCCU has partnered with Charitable Union on various projects. One of those projects is an annual coat drive. MCCU is proud to once again partner with the organization and work to collect new or gently used winter coats, gloves, mittens and scarves. Donation bins are available at both MCCU locations now through the end of November.

“We are proud to once again partner with Charitable Union,” stated MCCU Financial Education Coordinator Andrea Tucker. “MCCU believes in giving back to the communities we serve. It’s a credit union philosophy — people helping people.”

All winter items collected will be available to residents living throughout the Greater Battle Creek area, Albion and Marshall. Contact Charitable Union for more details.

Credit Union ONE Hosts Shred Day in Sterling Heights

“Clean Up and Clean Out” was the theme as Credit Union ONE hosted a paper document shred day on Oct. 21, at the Sterling Heights Branch. Almost four tons of paper were collected and shredded on site. Also, more than $325 were collected in donations for the Beaumont Children’s Hospital in Royal Oak.

The credit union hosts free document shred days in the spring and fall of the year to encourage awareness and help members securely destroy confidential material.

Credit Union ONE members Randy and Judy Querro were pleased with the day,” We took stuff that was sitting in our house for three plus years, you’re awesome.”

“Identity theft is such a real and ongoing threat, and our members are certainly responding with continued large turnouts at each and every one that we host” John Kozich, vice president of community relations for Credit Union ONE said. “We have collected over 14 tons of paper, and more than $1,000 in donations for the Beaumont Children’s Hospital at our 2017 events.”

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2017-11-13 00:00:00