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Community Roundup: Summer Pop-Up Series, Torresdale Community Day and Delaware Valley Veterans Home Check Presentation

Aug 29, 2019

PFCU held its 2nd Summer Pop-Up at the Germantown branch in Northwest Philadelphia on Thursday, July 18. PFCU staff raised awareness of the branch location by handing out soft pretzels and giveaways, sharing information on PFCU services and encouraging passerby to make a financial “wish” by tossing a coin in our wishing fountain.

Summer Pop-Up at the Germantown branch

PFCU held its second Summer Pop-Up at the Germantown branch.

PFCU held a community day for residents at its Torresdale Branch location on Saturday, July 20. The family-friendly event included a fire safety class, games and prizes and giveaways from PFCU and Enterprise Car Sales.

PFCU’s Torresdale Community Day.

Residents play games to win a prize at PFCU’s Torresdale Community Day.

On Wednesday, July 31, PFCU Board Treasurer Joseph F. McHugh, Jr. visited Commandant Peter Ojeda of the Delaware Valley Veterans’ Home to present a check in the amount of $2,500. The proceeds were raised as a result of PFCU’s 6th Annual Custom & Classic Benefit Car Show and the funds will support various personalized services and recreational programs that are available to the Home’s residents.

Joseph F. McHugh, Jr. presented a $2,500 check

PFCU Board Treasurer Joseph F. McHugh, Jr. presented a $2,500 check to the Delaware Valley Veterans’ Home.

This summer, PFCU’s Erin Ellis had the opportunity to work with groups of young people across a variety of ages and interests through local summer camps and programs offered by Episcopal Community Services, Martha Washington School and the Kensington Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia. Erin taught young people participating in these programshow to be smarter consumers and pay attention to how social media influences our wants and needs.

Erin also visited high schoolers getting paid this summer through programs offered by Philadelphia Youth Network’s (PYN) WorkReady program. The programs pay young people for six weeks while providing education, job skills, and a variety of other opportunities for personal growth. Erin taught the high schoolers from SEAMAAC’s Hip Hop Heritage program, University of Pennsylvania’s Agatston Urban Nutrition Initiative, Lutheran Settlement House’s STAR (Students Talking About Relationships) program, and Jewish Family and Children Services about the taxes coming out of their paychecks and where their tax dollars are spent.

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