VIENNA, Va. — The $28 billion Navy Federal Credit Union has lent its support to the Virginia Tech Memorial Fund, a fund established to help the victims and Virginia Tech community recover from last month's mass shooting. The credit union contributed $5,000 to the fund.


"We are an institution that is part of an industry that exists through service and holding the best interest of our members as a priority," said Cutler Dawson, Navy Federal president/CEO. "Our contribution is a reflection of the values that we maintain to help others and to serve in times of need."

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