Vote to help PFCU donate $5,000 to 3 Philly nonprofits - Generocity Philly

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Dec. 3, 2018 11:24 am

Vote to help PFCU donate $5,000 to 3 Philly nonprofits

The credit union is distributing a pot of money based on how much digital love each org gets.

PFCU's Center City branch.

(Photo via facebook.com/PhiladelphiaFederalCreditUnion)

‘Tis the season for giving back.

On Giving Tuesday, the member-owned, nonprofit financial institution Philadelphia Federal Credit Union (PFCU) kicked off a digital giving campaign inviting folks to vote on how it should distribute $5,000 between three local nonprofits:

  • DePaul USA
  • Haven Women’s House
  • Make the World Better

The Community Ties Giving Campaign assigns $5 to each vote. Voting is open until Jan. 1, or until 1,000 votes are cast. (Last year, the giving campaign was conducted entirely on Facebook.)

“At PFCU, we’re deeply committed to giving back to the communities that we serve — whether that’s in the form of providing financial seminars, volunteering or gifting monetary donations,” said Erin Ellis, a PFCU accredited financial counselor, in a statement. “We’re proud to pay it forward this holiday season to the organizations that are near and dear to our heart.”

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