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American Heritage President/CEO Bruce Foulke played Santa in December to children at the Busia Orphanage in Kenya.

American Heritage Federal Credit Union is taking a hands-on approach to community service and sharing the credit union philosophy of helping others, including global initiatives.

Bruce Foulke, president/CEO of the $1.3 billion Philadelphia co-op, recently completed a two-week trip to Kenya, where he helped to build a new playground at an orphanage in Busia, Kenya, which is home to more than 120 children, including many whose parents have died of HIV/AIDS, the credit union said.

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