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Credit union raises money for back to school programs

Kent County Credit Union (KCCU), along with its membership, recently raised funds to donate to community programs.  Through the purchase of “World’s Finest Chocolate” candy bar sales at all three branches, KCCU members raised a total of $425.00 for three local back-to-school programs: North End Community Ministries, Wyoming Public Schools and Cedar Springs Public Schools.

“During tough economic times, KCCU is proud to be able to give back to the community,” stated Mitch Carb, Marketing and Business Development Specialist. “Every little bit helps, and the local back-to-school programs have been pleased with our support.“

KCCU has several fundraising events throughout the year, including candy bar sales each spring to help support and protect credit union initiatives.  In the fall, American flags are sold to support the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans.

KCCU has offices, in Grand Rapids, Wyoming and Cedar Springs.

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