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Community Resource Federal Credit Union Donates Food To Local Community Heroes During Pandemic



COMMUNITY RESOURCE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION PROVIDES FOOD FOR LOCAL COMMUNITY HEROES DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

MAY 1, 2020 (Latham, NY): Community Resource Federal Credit Union (CRFCU) recently partnered with
local community restaurants to provide gift cards for local Community Heroes on the front lines
battling the COVID-19 pandemic.

CRFCU partnered with Dibella’s Subs in Latham to provide gift cards and discount vouchers to 75
staff members at the Colonie Police Department. In North Greenbush, owners of the local restaurant
Salisbury Place, partnered with CRFCU to provide gift cards and a 10% discount to the 20 staff
members of the North Greenbush Police Department.

Additionally, CRFCU made a $500 donation to the Capital Region Boys and Girls Club to help feed
children in the communities they serve.

“There are countless people in our community being directly or indirectly impacted by the
pandemic,” said Community Resource Federal Credit Union CEO/President Terry Langlois . “We want our
community to know we’re here, we’re in this together, and we’ll get through this together.”

Langlois said Community Resource FCU will continue to look for opportunities to support the
community and its members.

For more information about CRFCU’s COVID-19 relief initiatives, visit communityresourcefcu.com.

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