Your Impact | July 23, 2021
Christian Living Communities earlier this month launched its annual “Give a Hand” (employee giving campaign) with a theme of The Power of We! and a focus of what we can collectively achieve together. This year marks the seventh year that Bellco Credit Union has been the campaign’s annual sponsor.
Bellco and CLC have formed a powerful partnership that stretches back more than a decade benefitting both residents and team members. Inspired by the generosity of CLC team members, who come together and provide more than $22,000 annually in support, and a belief in CLC’s mission, Bellco has been an enthusiastic partner on the campaign. Bellco’s $8,000 sponsorship this year supports both the Resident Assistance Fund, helping qualifying residents continue to receive the services and care they cherish, and the General Mission Fund, which extends CLC’s vision and mission. Additionally, Bellco is offering a series of financial literacy webinars for team members.
“We’re proud to be continuing our partnership with Christian Living Communities, as a way to support their efforts to equip their employees with the information they need to empower them to achieve financial success,” said John Rivera, senior vice president and chief retail officer at Bellco Credit Union. “Ensuring that people of all ages in our community have the critical life skills they need to succeed is a top priority for Bellco.”
Corporate partners like Bellco make it possible for CLC to provide quality services and care for residents as well as support for dedicated team members who daily demonstrate their huge heart for residents.
Thank you to the entire Bellco team! We are truly grateful for all you do for Christian Living Communities.
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