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CAP COM Cares Foundation Launches Individual Giving Campaign



The CAP COM Cares Foundation, the charitable giving arm of CAP COM Federal Credit Union, has launched its Patron of the Foundation Program. The program enables individual donors to give monthly or annually through an automated donation platform, while receiving public recognition for their generosity.

The Patron of the Foundation will allow the CAP COM Cares Foundation, which has donated more than $3.2 million to the local community since 2003, to establish a recurring fundraising stream, enabling deeper community giving. It will also create meaningful experiences for donors through volunteer opportunities and community partnerships.

“We have dedicated our mission to providing unique and unforgettable experiences for both Foundation recipients and benefactors,” said Amanda Goyer, CAP COM Community Relations Manager. “The Patron of the Foundation expands on this mission, and lets donors experience their positive impact firsthand.”

The Patron of the Foundation is open to anyone who wishes to support its ongoing efforts in the Capital Region community. Monthly giving starts as low as $10 and can provide up to 12 local, underprivileged children backpacks and school supplies.

To learn more visit: www.capcomfcu.org/patron.

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