Each month the credit union selects different organizations to receive resources needed for their clients. In March, the credit union donated baskets of cleaning supplies which included soaps, trash bags, paper goods, and disinfectants to the following five local organizations which offer support services for individuals transitioning from difficult periods in their lives:
- A Woman’s Place, Doylestown
- Domestic Abuse of Delaware County, Media
- Home of the Sparrow, Exton
- Inter-Faith Housing Alliance, Ambler
- Francis Inn, Philadelphia
A driving force behind the initiative is fulfilling one of the seven cooperative principles, Concern for Community. Other examples of the way TruMark Financial gives back to the community is through its financial literacy program in which employees conduct workshops on topics such as saving, budgeting, credit, and investing at local schools and community organizations and its TruCommunity program where employees receive eight hours of paid time off to allow them to volunteer at a non-profit of their choice.