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Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union’s Social Action Committee coordinated a Jean Friday Staff Campaign that took place during the last quarter of 2019. The objective of the campaign was to raise money for the Egg Harbor Township VFW. The staff raised $500 as a result of this fundraiser. All five branches were involved in this great fundraiser, and after it was all said and done, a $500 check was donated to this amazing local organization.
The VFW makes it their goal to promote comradery and provide support for veterans of overseas conflicts. In addition, they also assist the active military and their local communities. Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union could not be happier to support an organization in our community whose main core value is to always put their members first, just like their credit union.
Pictured Left to Right: VFW Commander Michael Duffy, Senior Vice Commander Willard Beall, Darrell Johnson Business Development Specialist, JSFCU and Jack Hickey, Chairman of the Board, JSFCU.
Thank you for everyone that participated in our holiday gift drives! You helped us spread a lot of holiday cheer this time of year. Our Angel Tree Gift Drive in Rio Benefited the Children at Family Promise in Cape May County.
Pictured with the donated gifts are Kathleen O'Neill and a helping volunteer from the Family Promise of Cape May.
Thank you for everyone that participated in our holiday gift drives! You helped us spread a lot of holiday cheer this time of year. The Angel Tree Gift Drive in our Northfield, FAA, and Galloway branches benefited the Atlantic City Rescue Mission!
Pictured with the donated gifts are Jersey Shore FCU staff and Partner Development Officer Bob Franklin from the ACRM
Credit union employees wear jeans on Fridays in support of local charities. During the 3rd quarter of 2019 we were able to raise $600 that was donated to K9 Warriors Inc of Galloway NJ! K9 Warriors Inc. is a local organization that is ran entirely by Combat Veterans that help support and train service dogs for other local Combat Veterans. To learn more about the organization you can visit their website.
President/CEO Jim Burns, Veteran Gabriel, K9 Alala, Jersey Shore Employees Amanda S, Jeannie, Daisy, Yolanda, and Amanda M.
Members and staff donated backpacks and school supplies to the Lower Township School District for the 2019– 2020 school year. Secretary to the Office of Curriculum and Instruction of Lower Township School District Leigh Ann Downie stated, "The supplies are greatly appreciated, and we are thankful to Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union for their generous donation.” Superintendent of Lower Township School District Jeff Samaniego added, "The school district truly values the credit union’s donation of over 100 colorful backpacks and a multitude of school supplies which will allow the children to choose their desired styles and designs.”
Jersey Shore FCU CEO Jim Burns. Jersey Shore FCU Social Action Committee Members, Amanda Shiko, Brandon Favro, Jeannie Straub, Superintendent of Lower Township School District Jeff Samaniego, Secretary to the Office of Curriculum and Instruction of Lower Township School District Leigh Ann Downie and Jersey Shore FCU Social Action Committee Member Nancy Condran
Thank you to everyone that participated in our Credit Unions For A Cure Team at the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Ocean City on October 14. Our Team raised over $1,500. Every step taken by our Team and every dollar donated will help ensure that no one facing breast cancer walks alone.
The JSFCU team at the incredible event sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
staff here at Jersey Shore participate in
quarterly charitable fundraising events to assist children and their families that reside in Atlantic and Cape May Counties. Staff from all
five credit union branches participate in
quarterly fundraising opportunities by wearing jeans to work on "Jean
Fridays”. Our staff gives a small donation to support the incredible local organizations aiding those struggling
in the communities the credit union serves.
Members of the Jersey Shore FCU Social Action committee present the $500 to Caring For Kids
We’re honored to be selected for this award. We are committed to serving our community, not only through affordable services and loans, but also through helping those less fortunate. We were built on the "People Helping People" philosophy and that remains true today.
During each quarter of the year we sell candy bars in all of our branches to raise money for a local charity. The $500 proceeds from this first quarter went to the Faces 4 Autism organization. They provide autism education and resources to families and educators in the South Jersey area. They are dedicated to improving the lives of individuals on the spectrum through social opportunities and programs that will foster self-advocacy, independence, and dignity. We are proud to support such a worthy organization in our community.
(Pictured left to right: Hayden Leidy, JSFCU Social Action Members Jeannie Starub, Lori Steffus, Brandon Favro, and Amanda Shiko, Ken Mosca, Kyle Mosca, Lydia Leidy, Isabelle Mosca, Madelaine Leidy)
Pictured Left to Right: JSFCU Staff Brandon, JSFCU Volunteer Lori, Founder and Executive Director of the Alcove Center Mindy, JSFCU Staff Amanda, and JSFCU Staff Jeannie
April 3, Holy Spirit High School students
were given the opportunity to put their financial literacy skills to the test
by participating in a Financial Reality Fair. It was a fun, interactive one-day event that allowed students to get a feel for
real-life budgeting and understand the importance of saving and spending wisely.
Pictured: Students spinning the Wheel Of Reality.
Pictured (left to right): Vice Chairman/Treasurer Steve Van Note, President/CEO Jim Burns, Board Secretary John W. Collette, Board Chairman Jack Hickey, Board Member Robert Loftus, Board Member Michael DuPont
Pictured (Left to Right) with the donated gifts are Kathleen O'Neill and Laurie Johnson from the Family Promise of Cape May.