Hanscom FCU in the Community

raffle winner scores, wins autographed helmet

Hanscom FCU CEO/President David Sprague (left) and Jamaica Plain/Brockton branch manager Megala Anbazhagan (right) presented Junelle Valdez of Brockton, MA, with a helmet autographed by Tom Brady. The helmet was a raffle prize to benefit the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program.

blanket donation helps keep homeless families warm

blanket donationHanscom FCU President/CEO David Sprague, Member Liaison Sheila Mavropoulos, Executive Administration Assistant Terri Bellacini and Chairman of the Board Paul Marotta prepare blankets donated to the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless through the Cooperative Credit Union Association blanket/clothing drive. This is the sixth annual credit union blanket drive.

gift cards provide support for families of hospitalized veterans

Supporting veteransHanscom FCU President/CEO David Sprague, Hanscom FCU Chairman of the Board Paul Marotta and Fisher House Boston Manager Elizabeth St. Pierre accept a donation of $1,000 in Thank You cards from John Broda, President & CEO of the Armed Forces Financial Network. The $50 cards will be distributed to family members of veterans seeking treatment at the VA Boston Healthcare System West Roxbury campus.

hanscom fCU receives awards for member and community programs

CCUA recognitionHanscom FCU was recognized by the Cooperative Credit Union Association (CCUA) for receiving two community and member service awards. The Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility award recognized the fundraising campaign for Boston Children’s Hospital. The Louise Herring Philosophy in Actionaward was for the Lunch and Learn workplace financial education program. Pictured among employees are (L-R) Hanscom FCU Chairman of the Board Paul Marotta, CCUA President/CEO Paul Gentile and Hanscom FCU President/CEO David Sprague.

brownies support base giving tree

Giving tree programBrownie Troop #76164 purchased 22 items for the Hanscom AFB Giving Tree program, administered by Hanscom FCU. MSgt James L. Oliver and MSgt Richard J. Abbott helped coordinate requests and delivered warm winter clothing to 60 children from base families. The troop of second and third grade girls raised funds to purchase the items as part of a Take Action Project.

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