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InFirst Federal Credit Union Donates $5,000 to Two Charities

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InFirst President and CEO, Marty Wye, Destiny Lloyd-Boyd, Christine Sparks, Sadia Safi, Amy Hansen (all from InFirst), and Kathy Anderson (Empowerhouse)
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Myleah Akers (Humble Hustle), Jaryck Daigle (InFirst), Jamie Priest (InFirst), Xavier Duckett (Humble Hustle), and Mike Mutchler (InFirst)

ALEXANDRIA, VA (01/05/2023) – InFirst Federal Credit Union (InFirst) donated $5,000 to two organizations that foster financial education and self-worth.

InFirst donated $5,000 to Empowerhouse in Fredericksburg, VA. Empowerhouse supports survivors of domestic violence and their children by encouraging victims to believe in themselves and build new lives filled with dignity, respect, safety, and hope.

The organization gives them the time, space, and tools to heal their hearts, restore their connections, rebuild their lives, and renew their spirits. The shelter suffered a fire from a lightning strike over the summer. Empowerhouse is working on a full restoration to include a remake of their playroom. This space will be enjoyed by children of all ages and adults too.

InFirst also donated $5,000 to The Humble Hustle Company in Roanoke, VA. Humble Hustle empowers black youth and connects diverse communities by creating innovative, inclusive spaces that inspire hope and promote giving. The “Keep Giving Initiative” helped 2,900 children with back-to-school supplies and provided over 1,700 winter coats. The “Humble Hikes Program” provides youth with the chance to expand their horizons and experience the world around them in a healthy and positive way. InFirst is excited to announce that the credit union is partnering with The Humble Hustle to offer Financial Literacy Seminars throughout 2023.

About InFirst Federal Credit Union
InFirst (infirstfcu.org) has spent 88 years dedicated to fulfilling the financial dreams of its members. The credit union serves more than 15,000 members who live, work, worship, or attend school in most of Botetourt, King George, Roanoke, Salem, and Vinton, VA, members of the InFirst Responders Foundation, Inc., many active and retired federal employees, Select Employee Groups (SEGs), as well as any immediate family members of an existing member.

InFirst has almost $250 million in assets and eight branch locations throughout Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C.

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