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Langley Federal Credit Union Awards 40 Grants to Schools

Dec 4, 2013 by Lewis Wood

Langley Federal Credit Union awarded $20,000, 40 grants of $500 each, for local schools to teach financial literacy in the classroom. The grants will be used for a multitude of projects related to financial literacy education, such as purchasing supplies for a student-run store or designing and creating piggy banks.

CONTACT:
Sue Thrash, Director of Research/Communications
Phone: 757.643.8712
Email: sthrash@langleyfcu.org

NEWPORT NEWS, VA – Langley Federal Credit Union awarded $20,000, 40 grants of $500 each, for local schools to teach financial literacy in the classroom. The grants will be used for a multitude of projects related to financial literacy education, such as purchasing supplies for a student-run store or designing and creating piggy banks. A complete list of winners is available at www.langleyfcu.org.

Forty winners were selected from the 102 applications submitted. Langley has been awarding the mini grants for eight years. LFCU is dedicated to educating the community on financial matters and considers financial education a part of its mission.

Langley Federal Credit serves over 183,000 members and has more than $1.8 billion in assets, ranking the financial cooperative as one of the top 100 largest credit unions in the nation. Located in Hampton Roads, LFCU has served the community for more than 77 years.

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