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While there has been significant progress toward equality for the LGBTQIA+ community in recent years, SEFCU recognizes the work that is being done by the non-profit community to continue to pave the road to equality and combat various forms of exclusion and d
Heart disease and cancer are the two leading causes of death for both men and women in the United States.
Why I Care 2021 Awardees
On June 8, National Best Friend Day, SEFCU volunteers assembled and delivered 225 care kits to support the programs of Unity House Domestic Violence Services.
IPH, the non-profit organization formerly known as the Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless, has been serving the needs of the homeless community in Albany and surrounding areas in the Capital Region for more than 35 years.
Without straying from its original mission, and with the help of supporters like SEFCU, IPH is a key organization that collaborates with community partners to provide shelter, day habilitation, access to healthcare and food for individuals struggling with homelessness, rapid rehousing, and short-term housing solutions.
To celebrate National Giving Hearts Day on February 11, we shared the love virtually with an exclusive Giving for Good vote!
As temperatures plunge across the state – and across the country – the homeless population continues to utilize emergency drop-in shelters to escape the cold.
In February as we start to think about cupid and hearts, it’s a good time to think about our own heart health. In 2021 SEFCU will continue its support of the American Heart Association (AHA) with a $50,000 grant and partnership on a number of programs throughout the year with the goal of educating underserved populations in the Capital Region about stroke and heart attack signs, symptoms, and prevention, and supporting fundraising events.
Our year-end program where our Management Team gets the opportunity to select charities to receive a financial donation on their behalf produced a total of $174,500 in funds distributed to 79 different organizations across SEFCU’s footprint. The largest amount of funds ($21,500) went to the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern NY.