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February 3, 2022

Winter coats combat cold winter temperatures for non-profit groups’ clients

TruMark Financial® Credit Union’s Concern for Community initiative supports local non-profit organizations to help fulfill their clients’ needs. In January, the credit union donated 60 children’s winter coats hoping to ensure kids who were most in need received a new coat to combat the frigid temperatures.
A simple donation like a winter coat makes a huge impact. The following organizations received a supply of coats to distribute to their clients:

  • Bucks for Kids, Bucks County
  • Maternal and Child Health Consortium, Chester County
  • Montgomery County OIC, Montgomery County
  • Our Closet, Delaware County
  • Parent Infant Center, Philadelphia

“Across the country families are struggling to recover from the economic crisis created by the COVID-19 pandemic. I am happy TruMark Financial can make a difference in a child’s life by providing a coat to protect them from the cold,” said Richard F. Stipa, chief executive officer.
TruMark Financial maintains strong relationships in the community with its Concern for Community initiative and financial literacy program in which employees conduct workshops on topics such as saving, budgeting, credit, and investing at local schools and community organizations. The credit union’s TruCommunity program awards employees eight hours of paid time off when they volunteer at a non-profit of their choice.