Credit Union Foundation Details Grants

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Ten nonprofits are sharing in nearly $100,000 from the Fort Wayne-based 3Rivers Credit Union Foundation. Grant recipients include Mad Anthony Children's Hope House, Historic Fort Wayne and the Brandon Foundation. June 1, 2015

News Release

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (May 27, 2015) - 3Rivers Credit Union Foundation donated over $94,500 to local organizations in the first half of 2015. The grants have been awarded to a diverse group of 10 local organizations.

Award recipients include:

-Northeast YMCA

-Fort Wayne Ballet

-Mad Anthony Children's Hope House

-Project READS

-Historic Fort Wayne

-Community Transport Network

-The Brandon Foundation

-Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention

-LEAP of Noble County

The 3Rivers Credit Union Foundation was established in February 2015, in conjunction with the credit union's 80th anniversary. The Foundation's mission is to enhance the lives of people in the communities 3Rivers serves through the support of 3 key initiatives: financial literacy, education and health & wellness.

"We are delighted to provide impactful support to so many deserving local organizations,” stated 3Rivers Credit Union Foundation Board President Steve Levendoski. "The mission of the Foundation is well represented by our grant recipients."

To learn more about the 3Rivers Credit Union Foundation, please visit www.3riversfcu.org/foundation

About 3Rivers

Since 1935, 3Rivers has led the way in providing value to those we serve - individuals, small businesses and our communities of Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio. Over 69,000 members strong, 3Rivers grows meaningful relationships with our members through personalized and simple solutions. Being a progressive industry leader with a solid track record is a continuing result of our mission: Helping people understand money matters every day.

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