This past Saturday, February 1st, a team of several PFCU employees participated in the 2nd Annual 19154 5K Race in Northeast Philadelphia. Participants in all shapes, skills and sizes – from athletes to amateurs, runners to walkers, children to adults – and from neighborhoods all over Philadelphia – gathered in the depths of winter to support the community and take part in this race. All proceeds from the event benefited the youth and young adult ministries of St. Anselm Church in Northeast Philadelphia.
Just in its second year, the 19154 5K Race has become a popular event among amateur and avid runners alike, taking participants through a chip-timed, USATF-certified course in Parkwood Manor and Torrey Woods, two picturesque sections of Northeast Philadelphia, both rich in history.
The family-oriented race helps to support the area’s ongoing work of forming responsible young Philadelphians within the 19154 neighborhoods and beyond, and serves as a great opportunity for PFCU employees to be active in the community and advocate for a great cause.
PFCU is thankful to have the opportunity to participate in the annual 19154 5K Race and show our support for an important neighborhood entity whose roots are grounded within the PFCU footprint, and who provides assistance and support for hundreds of kids and young adults in Northeast Philadelphia.
Pictured are PFCU employees Sarah Medina, Sandy Boerner, Dawn McCullough, as well as Dawn’s daughter.