Credit Union Employees Beautify Boys & Girls Clubs Across Fullerton
BREA, Calif., October 4, 2019 (Newswire.com) - American First Credit Union sought to partner with a local organization to carry on the credit union’s legacy of “people helping people.” The credit union helped beautify and restore Boys & Girls Clubs across the City of Fullerton as part of its community service day. With a group of 100 volunteers working together for one cause, American First associates fanned out across four sites to paint walls, window trims and doors; rake leaves and plant succulents; scrub dirty rails, walls and furniture; build and organize cabinets, shelves and desks; and so much more.
“Perhaps the greatest thing about American First is the heart our associates have for people,” said Jon Shigematsu, President/CEO of American First Credit Union, who participated at each site during Community Day. “Boys & Girls Clubs of Fullerton services are offered to help young people succeed in school, develop leadership skills and maintain healthy lifestyles. We were able to invest in the lives of our children by beautifying and improving the grounds of four locations,” remarked Shigematsu.
About American First Credit Union: Our Caring First cause supports happier, healthier communities as part of the credit union legacy of giving and serving local programs and partnerships with a social purpose. American First Credit Union is a member-owned, full-service financial cooperative established in 1952. Serving more than 38,000 members, it welcomes individuals who live, work, worship or attend school in Orange, Riverside or San Bernardino counties or 14 nearby cities. To learn more about American First Credit Union, call 800-290-1112, visit www.amerfirst.org, or follow us on Facebook.
Source: American First Credit Union