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SECU provides 2 million challenge grant for family house
RALEIGH, N.C. (11/17/09)--State Employees’ CU (SECU) members, through the SECU Foundation, have provided a $2 million challenge grant to Hospital Hospitality House of Winston-Salem for SECU Family House.
State Employees’ CU (SECU) in Raleigh, N.C., has provided a $2 million challenge grant to Hospital Hospitality House of Winston-Salem. From left are: Dr. William Applegate, president of Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center; Sallye Liner, president of Forsyth Medical Center; Beth Baldwin and Sandy Baldwin, co-chairs of Hospital Hospitality House of Winston-Salem; and David King, SECU Foundation board of director. (Photo provided by State Employees’ CU)
The house will provide families with a place to stay while caring for a loved one at Forsyth Medical Center or North Carolina Baptist Hospital, the credit union said. The house will have 40 rooms and will be built on an 8.8 acre site next to the SECU CareCenter in Winston-Salem. Construction will begin in April and the facility will open in early 2011. “Hospital guest homes like SECU Family House provide critical lodging needs for families who have traveled to care for loved ones undergoing medical treatment at local hospitals,” said David King, a member of SECU Foundation’s board of directors and immediate past chairman. “Affordable lodging is not always available and this facility will fill that need during a difficult time. SECU has $18 billion in assets.
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