Checks Are Presented To Micro Grant Awardees
History was made as the first ever Carolina Foothills Federal Credit Union Micro Community Grants were presented in June, 2016. Making the presentations on behalf of CFFCU were Board Chairman Isaac Dickson and President/CEO Scott Weaver.
Carolina Foothills Federal Credit Union recently awarded Upstate Family Resource Center $1,700 as part of the credit union’s micro community grant program. Left to right: Narda Mowat, VISTA and Kelley Ezell, Upstate Family Resource Center and CFFCU Pres/CEO Scott Weaver. Upstate Family will use the funds to teach financial literacy to ten families in order to foster personal wealth and savings.
Carolina Foothills Federal Credit Union recently awarded The Butterfly Foundation $800 as part of the credit union’s micro community grant program. Left to right: CFFCU Board Chairman Isaac Dickson, Liberty Canzater, The Butterfly Foundation and CFFCU Pres/CEO Scott Weaver. The Butterfly Foundation will use the funds to support their 15-week Culinary Job Training program for individuals who are unemployed, underemployed, homeless and previously incarcerated so that they can obtain a better paying job in the food service industry.
Carolina Foothills Federal Credit Union recently awarded the Spartanburg Urban Mission CDC $2,500 as part of the credit union’s micro community grant program. Left to right: CFFCU Board Chairman Isaac Dickson; Jadakus Coker, Fred Bryson, and Darrell McNeill, all of Spartanburg Urban Mission and CFFCU Pres/CEO Scott Weaver. Spartanburg Urban Mission will use the funds to support their ‘healthy food box’ program that will give locally grown, healthy food weekly to at least 24 families.
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