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Some of the staff at FAA CU with some of the Christmas gifts they gathered.

The $500 million FAA Credit Union of Oklahoma City has distributed holiday packages containing everything from snow boots and food to school supplies and skateboard wheels to a group of needy teenagers, many of them homeless.

It is the second year in a row FAA CU has undertaken the “grant a wish” collection project under auspices of the agency, Youth Services of Oklahoma County, which supports teens “who live on their own because of circumstances beyond their control.”

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