SANTA FE — Del Norte Credit Union (DNCU) is creating awareness for breast cancer this October with a campaign to raise funds to be donated to the American Cancer Society, Inc.
The decision to raise funds and awareness began with a reflection on what credit unions are known for—giving back and being helpful community partners.
The credit union philosophy of people helping people goes beyond providing the right financial products for the membership.
“Our unwavering dedication to improving lives is carried out by every DNCU employee when they go that extra mile,” DNCU CEO/President Chuck Valenti said. “Donating these funds is about supporting our communities during difficult times, like when friends and neighbors are touched by cancer.”
DNCU is asking for stories from members, their families and friends who are survivors. DNCU will share these stories at dncu.org and throughout our social media accounts. By sharing survivor stories we can provide hope and inspiration and create a deep awareness within our communities. Please email your story to Kristi L. Salazar; Community Engagement Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org
Each Friday in October staff will be wearing casual PINK attire and request donations from members to benefit the American Cancer Society, Inc. This will create awareness throughout our communities as well as supporting research for a cure.
“DNCU is committed to investing in Northern New Mexico’s future for generations to come,” DNCU SVP of Marketing Kim Currie said. “We see a real need, and hope our employees, members and community coming together to raise funds for the American Cancer Society, Inc. will make a lasting impact.”
Del Norte Credit Union is a proud sponsor of Making Strides and will be joining the hundreds of supporters walking Oct. 5 at Villa Linda Park in Snata Fe.
About Del Norte Credit Union
Chartered in 1954, Del Norte Credit Union is a not-for-profit cooperative celebrating 65 years of dedication to helping its members achieve financial success by being a trusted source of unbiased financial advice. Today DNCU serves more than 50,000 members throughout New Mexico.
For more information visit dncu.org.