Bruce K. Foulke, President & CEO of Philadelphia-based American Heritage Credit Union is delivering relief and economic stability for Ukrainian refugees. This includes the purchase of ambulances (pictured above), to facilitate the evacuation of sick and injured Ukrainian citizens (Photo: American Heritage CU). Bruce K. Foulke, president/CEO of Philadelphia-based American Heritage Credit Union, is delivering relief and economic stability for Ukrainian refugees. This includes the purchase of ambulances (pictured above), to facilitate the evacuation of sick and injured Ukrainian citizens (Photo: American Heritage CU).

Shortly after the invasion by Russian forces into Ukraine earlier this year, the Philadelphia-based American Heritage Credit Union’s president/CEO, Bruce Foulke, visited with leaders from Ukraine and Poland in Eastern Europe. Foulke, along with retired WOCCU President/CEO Brian Branch, delivered first aid supplies for Ukrainian refugees during the humanitarian visit to Poland in March.

Seven months later and after raising $400,000, Foulke and Branch will return to Eastern Europe next week to deliver five ambulances and medical equipment for Ukrainian children’s hospitals.

Michael Ogden

Editor-in-Chief for CU Times.

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