This year’s fourth annual Bethpage Turkey Drive in Long Island, N.Y., will do more than collect turkeys and canned goods for residents in need.
First Data Corp said it will reimburse ATM fees from its Money Network ATMs in 14 states most impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
Christian Community Credit Union said it has donated $10,000 to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts through American Baptist Churches USA's "One Great Hour of Sharing" offering.
Agency donates clothing, water and dry goods for delivery to New Jersey Credit Union League and distribution from there.
Oregon credit union also will be accepting donations at its 22 branches.
Resilience ensures the credit union is there for the membership, which ensures the membership remains with the credit union.
Dutch Point Credit Union in Wethersfield, Conn., held a blood drive to help make up for the drives lost to the storm.
The $806 million, 58,000-member St. Anne’s Credit Union in Fall River, Mass., has responded quickly to the crisis to its south.
NCUF says $30,000 more in one day, while CU*SWAG pledges T-shirt take and America First donates $3,500 to Red Cross.
The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues have donated $10,000 to the CUAid program to assist those affected by Hurricane Sandy.