100 citizens received $ 25 gift cards at the local gas station
HARRODSBURG, Ky. (WTVQ) – Over the past 70 years, Commonwealth Credit Union has improved the lives of the communities it serves and puts its members first in everything it does. To celebrate their 70 years of service, Commonwealth Credit Union has pledged 70 acts of service. The Harrodsburg community was the most recent recipient of an act of service with a gasoline gift card giveaway at the Kroger Fuel Center.
“Giving back to our communities is an important part of who we are at Commonwealth Credit Union,” said Crystal Kurtz, deputy branch manager at Harrodsburg. “A lot has changed over the past 7 decades, but the commitment to our members is something that has never changed and 70 acts of service is just one more way for us to express this commitment. “
In April of this year, Commonwealth Credit Union celebrated its 70th anniversary and officially launched 70 Acts of Service. Since then, they’ve taken on many projects, ranging from partnering with Make-A-Wish to coordinating a community blood drive, performing community cleanups, and hosting their free Shred Day event.
Anyone with an act of service idea that they think the Commonwealth Credit Union should complete this year can submit the idea to ccuky.org/70years to help make their 70th year one to remember.
Founded in 1951, Commonwealth Credit Union currently has over 110,000 members.