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Wildfire Credit Union Employees Raise Funds for Local Non-Profits

News Release Date: Jan 12, 2021

Saginaw, MI - Throughout 2019, Wildfire Credit Union employees have enthusiastically volunteered to pay to wear jeans in support of a number of local non-profits in the Great Lakes Bay Region.

“Wildfire’s Jean Days are a long standing tradition at the credit union and are always very successful. It is a great way for our employees to support area charities that do so much to help others in our communities”, said Michelle LeBlanc, Marketing & Public Relations Coordinator for Wildfire.

In 2019 alone, Wildfire employees raised over $16,000. Below are the non-profits that benefited from the Jean Days:

  • Bay Area Women’s Center Family & Children’s Services
  • Bay County Sheriff’s Office K-9
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • CAN Council Safe Baby Program
  • Child & Family Services Sexual Assault Center
  • Delta College Food Pantry
  • Diaper Alliance
  • East Side Soup Kitchen
  • GLB Veteran's Coalition
  • Midland County Search & Rescue
  • READ
  • Shelterhouse Personal Assistance Options
  • Toys for Tots
  • Undercover Angels Animal Rescue
  • Underground Railroad
  • Isabella County Restoration House
  • United Way of Saginaw County
  • Waterfowlers for Warriors

About Wildfire
Wildfire Credit Union, a member-owned financial cooperative, has a community charter. Membership is open for anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in the state of Michigan. 
The vision of Wildfire Credit Union is to build life-long relationships that benefit our members and communities, and to be the most trusted financial partner for our members. Like all financial institutions, we offer a full range of personal and business services to meet your immediate and future financial needs. What sets us apart from the rest of the other financial institutions is our member service.

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