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FCFFCU Community Awareness and Outreach

First Choice Financial Federal Credit Union is not only dedicated to providing convenient and quality financial services for all members, but also to improving the quality of life in the communalities served. First Choice Financial Federal Credit Union is committed to promoting social and economic well-being in a myriad of ways throughout the year. Listed below are just a few of the community programs sponsored by FCFFCU.
  • Credit Unions Care for Kids
  • Nathan Littauer Foundation
  • Rotary Clubs of Fulton, Montgomery, Hamilton Counties
  • Student Scholarship Programs
  • Teacher/Staff Recognition breakfasts
  • Fulton County Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • Gloversville Lions Club
  • Gloversville High School
  • Holiday sponsorship of local families in need
  • Sporting events
  • Toys for Tots
  • Student Memorial Scholarship Contributor
  • Post prom events
  • Warm the Children
  • SADD programs
  • United Way of Fulton County
  • Stop DWI
  • Fulton County YMCA
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • National Child Safety Council
  • Fulton County Sheriff's Association
  • Family Counseling Center of Fulton County
  • Johnstown Police Benevolent Association
  • March of Dimes
  • Boys & Girls Club of Gloversville
  • Fulton County Childrens Committee
  • Sister to Sister Summit
  • Glove Cities Rotary Club
  • Relay for Life-American Cancer Society
  • Hospice
  • Fulmont Community Action Agency
  • International Club sponsor
  • Johnstown High School

Left to Right: Kelly Hartz, Manager of Pediatric and the Birthing Center at Nathan Littauer Hospital; Tim Myers, President/CEO of FCFFCU; Deb Shepard, VP Marketing/Business Development of FCFFCU; Vince LaPorta, Chairman of the Board of Directors of FCFFCU and Susan Kiernan, Vice President of Development of Nathan Littauer Hospital.

First Choice Financial Federal Credit Union presents a check for $2,000 to Nathan Littauer Hospital's Pediatric Department. The money is raised through the annual community involvement program of the Credit Union. The money goes directly to help the children in their care at the hospital.