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Dort Federal Credit Union Donates Record $22,234.50 through Snowman Fundraiser

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Laura Cipielewski

Director of Marketing

Dort Federal Credit Union

810-244-6662

Lcipielewski@dortfcu.org

GRAND BLANC, MI – Dort Federal Credit Union is excited to announce the results of their 2017 Annual Snowman Sales fundraiser benefiting local charities.  The 2017 beneficiaries, selected by Dort Federal Credit Union employees, will share the proceeds totaling $22,234.50.  On January 15, 2018 Dort Federal Credit Union presented Whaley Children’s Center and Hospitality House at McLaren with checks in the amount of $11,117.25.

 

For more than 20 years, Dort Federal Credit Union has conducted the Annual Snowman Sales campaign through donations received from members throughout the holiday season. Dort Federal’s employees also contributed more than $4,000 to the campaign at Dort Federal’s employee holiday party in December.

“Our Dort Federal members and employees have a caring and compassionate spirit and this was demonstrated through the huge success of our 2017 Snowman Sales Campaign.  Our 2017 Campaign ran from October 30th through December 9th and raised over $22,200.” said Deana Turcott, Director of Human Resources for Dort Federal. “Through the generosity of our members and employees, Dort Federal was thrilled to present checks totaling $11,117.25 to both Whaley’s Children’s Center and Hospitality House at McLaren.”

 

Dort Federal Credit Union serves nearly 83,000 members and has seven locations in and around the Greater Flint area. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, attends school, worships, or volunteers in Genesee, Lapeer, or Shiawassee County, or Deerfield and Tyrone Townships in Livingston County.   Please visit dortonline.org for more information or call 800-521-3796.

 

More about the 2017 Snowman Sale Beneficiaries:

Whaley Children’s Center – The Whaley Foundation was incorporated January 26, 1924 with a mission of providing care for “homeless and neglected children”.  Whaley Children’s Center has remained aware of the changing needs in the area of child welfare.  Currently, Whaley Children’s Center provides shelter, hope and healing for nearly 90 children each year who are survivors of horrific abuse and neglect.

Hospitality House at McLaren –  McLaren has long realized that addressing the needs of cancer patients goes well beyond providing the latest technology and treatment.  It also includes a focus on providing support and resources to address the emotional, spiritual, and extended physical needs of patients and their caregivers.  The Hospitality House provides easy access for treatment, support services, and other medical needs.