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Credit union donates $ 10,000 to help Hurricane Ida victims – The Mercury

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Upper Dublin was hit by Hurricane Ida and residents still face the damage. TruMark Financial Business Services AVP Nanci Walls, right, and TruMark Financial Fort Washington AVP branch manager Joe Becker, second from right, presented a check to Upper Dublin Township CFO Jonathan Bleemer, second from the left and to communications coordinator Rebecca Lohoefer, on the left, to support the municipality’s emergency fund. (Photo submitted)

Residents of southeastern Pennsylvania were severely affected by the flooding as the remnants of Hurricane Ida swept through the area in early September. The hurricane caused flooding and extensive damage to homes and businesses, forcing many people in the area to find shelter and supplies. To help groups in the Five County area who have worked tirelessly to assist affected individuals and families, TruMark Financial Credit Union has made donations totaling $ 10,000 to the following organizations: Upper Dublin Township Emergency Fund, County of Montgomery; It takes a village, Chester County; American Red Cross of the Delaware Valley; Montgomery County Foundation; Community Activity Services of Phoenixville, Chester County; Salvation Army of Philadelphia; Bucks County United Way.

– Submitted by Randy Marmer


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