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WASHINGTON — A program which hopes to allow consumers all over the country to donate a penny to the United Way every time they use their debit or credit card has gotten its start with a $27 million credit union headquartered in White Plains, N.Y.

The CU, Westchester Federal Credit Union, was established in 1955 as the White Plains Long Lines Federal Credit Union. In 2005, the credit union was granted a community charter enabling them to service all individuals who live, work, go to school or worship in the greater part of Westchester County, the CU said in an announcement.

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