NAFCU Helps Provide Homeless Children With Books and Nighttime Essentials
NAFCU partnered with Project Night Night at its Annual Conference on Thursday to help assemble present-filled tote bags for disadvantaged children.
The conference attendees helped put the tote bags together.
NAFCU, Co-Op Financial, Affinion and Vantiv provided sponsorship for the tote bags, which were given to homeless children in Nashville. Each bag contained a stuffed animal, blanket and book.
“Giving back to Nashville is a natural extension of the community spirit of credit unions. NAFCU is proud to have the opportunity to use our conference as a means to support Nashville’s homeless children,” said NAFCU Director of Events and Education Lisa Cox. “Project Night Night is such a wonderful way to help children who are facing extremely tough times.”
Project Night Night is a not-for-profit organization based in San Francisco that annually gives basic nighttime essentials to 25,000 homeless children across the nation.
NAFCU’s Annual Conference continues through Friday.