CO-OP Financial Services on Wednesday said it has pledged $10,000 to Hurricane Sandy relief.
The contribution to CUAid, managed by the National Credit Union Foundation, will go to help credit union staff, volunteers and members affected by Hurricane Sandy.
“Hurricane Sandy has dramatically reminded us that natural disasters can come upon us with amazing speed,” said Stan Hollen, president/CEO of CO-OP Financial Services in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
“We have been proactively contacting clients in the impacted areas to assess needs and determine where we can help. We have found that Hurricane Sandy has once again enabled the credit union movement to demonstrate its core values of people helping people. NCUF’s CUAid is one more example of this,’ Hollen said.
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