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Saturday, October 31, 2015
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"Team Transit" poses for a photo while presenting a check to SERV Niagara
in Lockport. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)
Since 1948, on the third Thursday of every October, credit unions have celebrated a simple idea -- that by working together, people can improve their financial well-being.

“People helping people,” this year’s ICU Day theme, is the foundational philosophy of the credit union movement.

To celebrate International Credit Union Day on Oct. 15, Cornerstone Community Federal Credit Union employees participated in several random acts of kindness throughout the Niagara County area.

Employees from each of the five Cornerstone branches brought breakfast to Police and Sheriff offices throughout Niagara County. In Lockport, the group surprised Tim Horton’s customers with gift cards to pay for their purchases.

The group also made a donation to SERV Niagara in the city of Lockport.  SERV Niagara’s mission is to support, empower and respect veterans and their families.  SERV Niagara works with veterans helping them overcome public and personal barriers while improving developmental, social and overall life skills.

They help veterans find housing and offer community outreach and many other programs.  (To donate or learn more about this organization visit SERVNiagara.org)

To learn more about Cornerstone CFCU visit CCFCU.org or call 434-2290.  Anyone who lives, works, worships, goes to school or volunteers in Niagara County can open an account with the credit union.  Branch offices are located in Lewiston, Lockport, Middleport and North Tonawanda.



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