New projects for new homes for injured war vets.
Financial Center, Indianapolis, has raised more than $26,000 for the American Red Cross, contributing to the Haiti earthquake relief effort.
The Homes for Our Troops charity will gain from a golf promotion that pairs soldiers and executives from the $150 million Mid Missouri Credit Union.
The $150 million Mid Missouri Credit Union of Fort Leonard Wood has come up with a new fundraising promotion to support Homes for Our Troops.
Financial Center, Indianapolis, has raised $26,267.93 for the American Red Cross, contributing to the Haiti earthquake relief effort. The funds will provide
Credit unions in Missouri and Oregon are stepping up their support this summer for Homes for Our Troops, the Massachusetts charity building specially adapted homes for severely injured war veterans.
The Homes for Our Troops charity picks up steam next month and again in August with completion of a finished home in Missouri and construction start-up in Oregon.
In the latest industry show of support for Iraq-Afghanistan veterans, an estimated 450 Missouri credit union managers, volunteers and employees turned out recently for a build-a-home project on behalf of a badly injured U.S. soldier.
Dozens of volunteers and staffers from Missouri credit unions convened in Columbia over the weekend to build a home for injured war vet Robert Canine as part of the "Homes for Our Troops" campaign.
In separate parts of the country, brigades of credit union volunteers are joining the Homes for Our Troops cause in bigger numbers this month spearheading a registration drive to sign up carpenters, contractors and roofers in Columbia, Mo.