EAST LANSING, Mich. – Michigan State University Federal Credit Union is proving that no donation is too small as members and employees dug into their pockets to help the Red Cross in its efforts to assist victims of the Tsunami that wiped out coastal communities on the Indian Ocean. Since January 6, members and employees have donated $8,121 in nickels, dimes, and substantial checks to the American Red Cross for the Tsunami effort. “This is another example of the caring and kindness of our credit union members. Whenever we have raised funds for the those within our local or the larger world communities, our members and employees have surpassed our expectations for giving,” said MSUFCU President/CEO Patrick McPharlin.

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