We don’t only exist to provide financial services; we have a responsibility to help improve lives. Our first responsibility is to our members, and because we are part of a cooperative movement, our philosophy is to help the community at large. We do this by supporting local charitable and social causes.
We are proud to sponsor the following organizations:
Mercy Mall of Virginia
Mercy Mall is a local organization that has taken on the form of a FREE clothing and housewares boutique with gently-used items. Individuals and families who are in a situation that has resulted in financial hardship, are allowed to make an appointment or schedule an emergency walk-in to look for clothing, housewares, and baby equipment to offset the cost of purchasing these items. Most of these items are easily collected by local families as well as clients who also give back.
American Diabetes Association
The American Diabetes Association leads the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and fights for those affected by diabetes. Their mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. They do this by:
- Funding research to prevent, cure and manage diabetes.
- Delivering services to hundreds of communities.
- Providing objective and credible information.
- Giving voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes.
Children's Miracle Network
Children’s Miracle Network’s mission is to increase funds and awareness for Children’s National Health System and other children’s hospitals. More than 10 million kids enter a children’s hospital like Children’s National Health System across North America every year. Children’s hospitals rely on donations and community support to help save and improve the lives of as many children as possible.
Lucy Corr Village
Lucy Corr provides care to their residents while preserving the dignity of seniors in need. Their goal is to generate public, private and non-profit support for services and programs that enhance the lives of their residents and their families. They provide independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing and adult day care.
The Salvation Army is an international movement. In the Central Virginia area, its vision is to be a focused service provider and advocate for people seeking a path to self-sufficiency. There principles are:
- Caring for the poor.
- Feeding the hungry.
- Sheltering the homeless.
- Clothing the naked.
- Loving the unlovable.
- Befriending the friendless