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Pa. foundation board introduces two new grants
HARRISBURG, Pa. (9/18/09)--The Pennsylvania Credit Union Foundation board introduced two new grants into its portfolio during its
The Pennsylvania Credit Union Foundation board introduced two new grants at a meeting Sept. 10. From left, front row, are: Jim McCormack, Pennsylvania Credit Union Association president/CEO and ex officio; Ed Williams; Dave Ackerman, foundation vice chair; Diana Roberts, foundation chair; Jeff DeBree, treasurer; Denise Kaczmarek, secretary; and Joe Wambach, executive director. From left, back row, are: Norb Kaczmarek, ex oficio; Hugh Bray; Barb Bowker; Louise Lingenfelser; Bob Behlke, ex officio; Chris Woods; Maria Lavelle; George Nahodil; Paula Nihoff; Jay Murray, ex officio; and Margie Coan. (Photo provided by the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association)
meeting Sept. 10 during the Fall Leadership Conference, said the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association. The Home Banking/Bill Pay grant project is expected to expand access to specialized services for small credit unions and enhance marketing opportunities. The Public After School Education project grant will provide financial literacy to students at libraries in Pennsylvania (Life is a Highway Sept. 17). Diana Roberts, foundation chair, said credit union volunteers will provide financial tutoring to students in the library program. Ed Williams, Grants Committee chairman, said the Home Banking grants will help pay for introducing Internet banking networks to small credit unions.


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