Miss Bubbles can do more than just clown around. She was also painting faces for Electro Savings CU at the recent Wildwood BBQ Bash in St. Louis. It cost $5 a face to get the temporary makeover and more than $220 was raised for Circle of Concern, a non-profit organization that feeds the hungry and provides long-term and emergency assistance to low-income families in western St. Louis County. “We stand by the credit union philosophy of ‘people helping people’ and feel fortunate to be able to help make a difference in the community by supporting a local organization that does so much to help local families,” said Laura Mugge, community development specialist for the $139 million, 16,000-member Electro Savings.
Feeding the Community, Not Just Your Face
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