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Woman Uses Her Hanscom FCU MemberPoints™ to Help Others

Posted by Diana Burrell on May 4, 2018 2:36:44 PM

Ruth Ladd’s church in Lexington, Massachusetts, has a special relationship with Russell School in Dorchester, a Boston public elementary school. When the school’s library was in dire need of reading material, parishioners donated or purchased books for the children. Volunteers work with the kids in the classroom and help out during Field Days. Unfortunately many students experience homelessness, so when a child’s family finds housing, it’s not only a positive turning point in their lives, but a celebratory event at the school and for people like Ruth.

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Topics: Hanscom FCU, Community, Charity

Chairman's Corner: Reward Yourself Through Service to Others

Posted by MoneyWisdom Newsletter on Apr 10, 2018 2:19:46 PM

Hanscom FCU board member John Delcore joins Chairman Paul Marotta at a recent Hanscom AFB event.

Volunteer work is an important part of my life. I’ve been serving on the Board of Hanscom Federal Credit Union since 1978, serving as Chairman since 1993.

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Topics: Hanscom FCU, Charity

Hanscom FCU’s Ray Phillips On Running The Boston Marathon At 70

Posted by Diana Burrell on Apr 3, 2018 8:56:16 AM

Ray Phillips thought running the Boston Marathon in 2000 would be a one-time thing. He was over 50 and thrilled to get a coveted bib number as a charity runner for Team Hanscom FCU, which supports Credit Unions Kids at Heart.  Yet while he looked forward to the challenge, he didn’t have a compelling reason to put himself through more training seasons and possible injury in the future.

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Topics: Boston Marathon, Community, Charity

Hurricane Harvey: How to Donate Wisely and Avoid Scams

Posted by Hanscom Federal Credit Union on Aug 30, 2017 1:17:53 PM

Hurricane Harvey has been wreaking havoc in Texas since it made landfall on Friday August 25, 2017, with heavy rains, damaging winds and flooding expected to continue for days. It began as a Category 4 hurricane when it reached Rockport, Texas, and has stalled over the state, which accounts for the record-breaking rain, predicted as high as 50 inches of rainfall for the entire storm by some forecasters. 

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Topics: scams, security, Charity

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