ATLANTA - Delta Community Credit Union (www.DeltaCommunityCU.com) announces the recipients of its third annual Philanthropic Fund grant program - and the list includes a Gainesville-based Hall-Dawson CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates).
CASA Executive Director Connie Stephens says her agency is getting $5,000.
The Credit Union pledges to invest a total of $80,000 to 17 organizations that benefit thousands of people throughout Atlanta and surrounding areas.
“Our Philanthropic Fund awards allow us to demonstrate, in a meaningful way, our commitment to the communities we serve,” said Jai Rogers, Delta Community’s vice president of Business Development. “Each worthy recipient shares our goal to help families manage household finances and improve the physical and financial well-being of young people.”
The 2016 Philanthropic Fund grant recipients are:
- Atlanta Community Food Bank, Kids in Need Program
- Bloom Our Youth, The Bloom Closet
- C5 Georgia Youth Foundation
- Communities in Schools of Marietta/Cobb County
- Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School
- Georgia Chapter, Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
- Girls Incorporated of Greater Atlanta, Economic Literacy Program
- Girls on the Run of Atlanta
- Habitat for Humanity in Atlanta, Inc.
- Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Metro Atlanta
- Hall-Dawson Court Appointed Special Advocate Program
- Hands On Atlanta, Inc.
- Moving in the Spirit
- North Fulton Community Charities
- Reach for Excellence
- Society of St. Vincent de Paul
- The Joseph Sams School, Inc.
The individual grants range from $1,000 to $7,500 and will be distributed to recipients throughout 2016. Delta Community actively supports organizations that are important to its members and employees. Visit its Community Program page for more information about the Credit Union’s community involvement and Philanthropic Fund.