Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer Jason Goodman, Vice President of Collections Sidney Burkins, Assistant Vice President of Card Services Eric Jenson, and Debit Card Manager Shadon Calip with Greater Texas delivered the gift cards to the Austin Delivery Relief Network on Friday (Source: Greater Texas CU). Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer Jason Goodman, Vice President of Collections Sidney Burkins, Assistant Vice President of Card Services Eric Jenson, and Debit Card Manager Shadon Calip with Greater Texas delivered the gift cards to the Austin Delivery Relief Network on Friday (Source: Greater Texas CU).

Austin, Texas-based Greater Texas Credit Union has donated $15,000 worth of gift cards to be delivered and distributed to those people in five states who are trying to rebuild their lives after the deadly and destructive tornadoes earlier this month.

In a statement released on Monday, Greater Texas CU ($941.5 million in assets, 78,187 members) officials said the credit union pulled together the money in the form of 250 Visa gift cards in denominations of $50 and $100. The cards were sent to the Austin Delivery Relief Network for “distribution to people who lost their homes in the devastating line of storms December 11.”

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