Employees at PFCU came together to provide a $5,147 donation to the Ennis Center for Children.
PFCU employees put together a formal program to collect weekly donation monies in exchange for a casual dress Friday, or jeans day Friday. With over 90% participation from the staff of over 150 employees, the staff has been able to pool together quarterly donations consistently over $1,000. Each quarter the staff internally votes on various local community groups or organizations.
Ennis Center for Children has led the way for children in our communities, developing groundbreaking programs and always looking to fill the gaps to help children and families receive the care that they need. PFCU’s President/CEO, Harvey Hoskins, “This has become such a great program and an easy way for our staff to give back to the community”, he went on to say, “The program really falls in line with the credit union philosophy of people helping people. We are proud to be a part of the communities we serve and this is just one way to give back”
PFCU was established in 1947 and is a Michigan financial cooperative credit union with headquarters located in Portland MI. PFCU has 12 locations between Caledonia and Flint with over 50,000 members and over 180 employees. PFCU is dedicated to improving member’s lives and the communities in which they serve. To find out more, visit our website at www.pfcu4me.com.
About Ennis Center for Children
Ennis Center for Children has been working with abused and/or neglected children for over 39 years with our services reaching over 3,500 Michigan children and families in crisis annually. On any given day, we help over 300 children in our foster care program alone.
Ennis Center for Children serves all counties in Southeast Michigan with locations in Genesee, Oakland, St. Clair and Wayne County. We are a leading agency in finding adoptive families for children, including those with special needs. Ennis Center also works with delinquent teens, helping them stay safe, stay in school and on a path toward a productive adulthood.