Community Involvement

Community Involvement
We are committed to supporting and serving the local community. Our Social Action Committee organizes events to help others in our community. You, your family and friends are invited to participate in our community events held throughout the year. Watch for event announcements on our website.

Check out what we've been up to including charitable fundraising efforts, scholarship awards and more!

  • Scholarship Winners 2022

    Lindsay Fittipaldi from Egg Harbor Township attended Atlantic County Institute Of Technology and was awarded a $500 Benson/Hunt Scholarship.

    Samantha Ingerson from Galloway attended Cedar Creek High School and was also awarded a $500 Benson/Hunt Scholarship.

    Danielle Schuster of Northfield attends Clemson University and was awarded a $500 Surf Club Scholarship for members aged 18-25 that are already enrolled in an institute of higher education.

    Megan Erdman of Linwood attends University Of North Carolina (Charlotte) and was also awarded a $500 Surf Club Scholarship.

    Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union President/CEO James Burns expressed, "At Jersey Shore we appreciate the incredible value of education and understand that tuition costs are rising. Having the opportunity to assist these young students is something we are very proud of. We are thrilled to award Scholarships to these deserving students in our community and wish them continued academic success.”

    Pictured left to right: Lindsay Fittipaldi, Samantha Ingerson, Danielle Schuster, and Megan Erdman
  • Greater Hammonton Chamber Of Commerce Honors Us For The Opening Of Our Hammonton Branch

    Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union was honored as a new business in Hammonton during the Greater Hammonton Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet held on May 17. Our Hammonton branch is located in the Peachtree Plaza on 80 South White Horse Pike. If you haven’t been to our newest branch, you are invited to stop by. We are very proud to be a part of Hammonton to serve those individuals, businesses, and organizations in the community.

    Pictured: Business Development Specialist Justin Chubb displaying the Greater Hammonton Chamber of Commerce Certificate honoring Jersey Shore FCU as a new business.
  • NICU Donation To Shore Medical 2022

    Thank you to everyone who helped us collect baby clothing and items to help children and families in need at the Special Care Nursery located at Shore Medical Center in Somers Point. Members, Staff, and their families dropped off handmade blankets and hats, sleep sacks, socks, mittens, and wide variety of clothing, diapers, and more. Jersey Shore FCU CEO Jim Burns stated, "Our incredible members and staff coming together to help support the Special Care Nursery was extraordinary. We are always blown away by our memberships generosity and support. 

    The Shore Medical Staff was so appreciative of the donations and assured the Jersey Shore team that all of the donated items will be put to use! 

    Pictured left to right: MCH Unit Associate Nancy OHara, Lactation Coordinator/Birth Registry Administrator Lauren Matalucci, JSFCU Social Action Member Nancy Condran
  • Donation To Funny Farm Animal Rescue

    During our first quarter candy bar campaign we were able to raise $500.00 for the Funny Farm Animal Sanctuary. The Animal Sanctuary is a wonderful organization that cares for abused and abandoned animals. Founder Laurie Zaleski expressed her gratitude for the donation! 

    Funny Farm
    Pictured left to right: JSFCU Staff Members Emily Walters and Jeannie Straub, Funny Farm Founder Laurie Zaleski, and JSFCU Staff Member Frank Vilardo
  • Tools For Schools 2021

    Staff and members of Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union donated backpacks and school supplies to the Lower Township School District for the 2021-2022 school year. 

    Staff from the Lower Township School District expressed their thanks and gratitude to the credit union for their continued support of the students in the community and for their generous donation of white boards, masks, and many other school supplies.

    Credit Union CEO Jim Burns said, "As students return to school during these unpredictable times, contributions such as school supplies make an incredible difference in the lives of students and their families. It is vitally important to give children the supplies they need to be successful, and we thank our members for their generosity in assisting those who need it the most.” 

    Backpacks and school supplies were collected at the credit union’s offices in Galloway, Rio Grande, Hammonton and Northfield.

    Pictured left to right: Kristen Sterling, Sabina Muller, Steven Patchel, and Darrell Johnson
  • Donation To Alcove Center from "Jean Friday" Fundrasier

    Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union staff participates in quarterly charitable fundraising events to assist children and their families in Atlantic and Cape May counties. Staff personnel from all five credit union branches graciously participate in quarterly fundraising opportunities by wearing jeans to work on "Jean Fridays.” Each staff member gives a small donation to support children and their families who are struggling in the communities the credit union serves.

    In the first quarter of 2022 Jersey Shore raised money during the "Jean Friday's" to support the Alcove Center For Grieving Children. The center prides themselves on "Transforming Grief and Loss to Hope and Healing". We are proud to support such an incredible organization. 

    Pictured left to right: Executive Director at the Alcove Center Kristen Raring, JSFCU Social Action members Theresa Butterly and Jeannie Straub.
  • Kid-Friendly Food Drive Results

    With the COVID-19 pandemic causing high unemployment in our area resulting in more children facing hunger, our credit union held a Kid-Friendly Food Drive during the months of May and June.  A total of 242 pounds of food was collected for the Community Food Bank of NJ, Southern Branch.  Thank you to our members and staff for your generous donations during this time of need.

    Pictured from L to R: Social Action Committee members Brandon Favro and Garrett Garcia with all the donations from our Kid-Friendly Food Drive.