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Power of 80 3rd Objective

Apr 27, 2015

The Power of 80 3rd of 8 Community Objectives
R.I.A. Federal Credit Union celebrates 80 years in 2015 and wants to show our communities what the Power of 80 can do. During the year R.I.A. FCU will complete a variety of community initiatives that have a positive impact in the areas our members live and work.

 

To continue our campaign R.I.A. Federal Credit Union will participate in various community walks and runs that raise money for a number of causes. This list includes JDRF Website, Susan G. Komen, ALS, National MS Society website, American Heart Association website, Make a Wish, and many more.  

 

R.I.A. will create teams for each event and raise money for the cause. With a goal to raise over $5,000 for various organizations, we are eager to accomplish our 3rd of 8 Power of 80 Community Initiatives.  

 

We felt this was a great way to raise money for a number of organizations while also shedding some light on the work they do, explains Larry Coverstone, R.I.A. CEO. With our Power of 80 initiatives we are committing to our communities and hope to make a major impact on our members and non members alike in our 80th year.

First on the list, JDRF walk at the Niabi Zoo. You can donate or JOIN R.I.A.'s JDRF team.

On May 16th R.I.A. will participate in the American Heart Association Walk and the Walk for MS. You can donate or join R.I.A.'s Heart Walk team or donate or join R.I.A.'s MS team.

In the coming year, R.I.A. plans to do 5 more major community initiatives leading up to their 80th Anniversary in September. Keep an eye out for future outreach from R.I.A. Federal Credit Union.


R.I.A.'s Vision

R.I.A. Federal Credit Union is a progressive, member-owned cooperative whose purpose is to satisfy the financial needs of its members by providing high quality products and services that support the safety and soundness of the credit union.

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