Mayra Navas, branch manager of JetStream Federal Credit Union in Puerto Rico

The $2.9 billion Coastal Federal Credit Union in Raleigh, N.C. contributed $300,000 Monday to the National Credit Union Foundation and the World Council of Credit Unions that will fund relief efforts for credit union people affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria and Tropical Storm Harvey.

While recovery efforts have been well under way in Texas and Florida, the conditions in the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico continue to be extraordinarily challenging. Coastal President/CEO Chuck Purvis is asking other credit unions to give at the same level or more.

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