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Snowman Sales

 2019 Snowman Sales Raise More Than $15,000

Our generous members and team members helped us collect $15,540 during our Annual Snowman Sales. These funds were donated to the Ennis Center for Children and the Hundred Club of Genesee, Shiawassee, and Lapeer Counties in  a check presentation on January 20th, 2020. To read more about the Snowman Sales click here.

Ennis Center for Children:

Ennis Center helps children in need from birth to age 19, creating family stability and providing permanent homes. Most children we serve come from poor, at-risk backgrounds, many of them abused, neglected, abandoned, and medically and/or emotionally fragile.

The Hundred Club:

The Hundred Club of Genesee, Shiawassee and Lapeer Counties is an organization of Genesee, Shiawassee and Lapeer County residents who contribute money each year for the benefit of public servants who have been killed or disabled in the line of duty.


2018 Snowman Sales Raised A New Record Amount of Donations!

On January 21, 2019 Dort Financial Credit Union presented The Old Newsboys of Flint and Ele’s Place with checks in the amount of $11,589.25 in front of local media and Dort Financial employees, this resulted in a new record total of 23,178.50! We are thankful for our supportive members and employees for their help in collecting the donations for these local charities.  Click Here For Media Coverage


2017 Snowman Sales Led To Record Donations!

Snowman Sales have benefited many worthwhile local charities in previous years thanks to our very generous members! In 2017, members contributed over $22,000 to Whaley Children’s Center and McLaren Hospitality House with each charity receiving a check for $11,117.25.

To view the media coverage click here