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Northwest Federal Credit Union Foundation Hosts Financial Scavenger Hunt, Awards iPad® Prize

May 1, 2013 by Lewis Wood

In honor of National Credit Union Youth Week (Youth Week), Northwest Federal Credit Union Foundation (NWFCU Foundation) held a Financial Amazing Race scavenger hunt for youth featuring financial education topics at Northwest Federal Credit Union’s (NWFCU) ninth annual Member Appreciation Day.

CONTACT:
Shannon Tackett
Communications Officer
(Direct) 703-925-5094 or stackett@nwfcu.org

Northwest FCU - Youth Week 2013

Nathan, winner of the NWFCU Foundation Financial Amazing Race scavenger hunt, receives his iPad® from NWFCU President/CEO Chris McDonald and NWFCUFoundation Executive Director Linda Rogus. The iPad® was generously donated to NWFCU Foundation by Financial Benefit Services, LLC. 

Herndon, VA–In honor of National Credit Union Youth Week (Youth Week), Northwest Federal Credit Union Foundation (NWFCU Foundation) held a Financial Amazing Race scavenger hunt for youth featuring financial education topics at Northwest Federal Credit Union’s (NWFCU) ninth annual Member Appreciation Day.

More than 125 NWFCU kids entered the scavenger hunt, which featured valuable financial education tips geared toward teaching kids to save, spend and share money wisely. After completing the scavenger hunt, the kids could enter to win an iPad® generously donated to NWFCU Foundation by Financial Benefit Services, LLC.

NWFCU President/CEO Chris McDonald and NWFCU Foundation Executive Director Linda Rogus were on hand to award the lucky winner his iPad®. So excited with his win, Nathan said “thank you very much! I will use the iPad® to keep track of my school assignments and play games! This was the best prize ever!”

Northwest Federal Credit Union Foundation • www.nwfcufoundation.org • 703.925.5094 • toll-free 1.800.336.3384

The Foundation was established in 2004 to promote and manage Northwest Federal Credit Union’s philanthropic activities as well as to direct financial literacy and other charitable programs, which reflect the interests of its membership and the communities it serves. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible to the extent permissible by law for those who itemize deductions.

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