Education and our Community

Find educational resources and what seminars are being offered in your area. There are many FREE sessions on budgeting, saving, and more (and you don't have to be a member to attend).

Don't forget to read up on news about the local communities we serve. From signature events to fundraisers, our community involvement is changing lives every day!

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It’s hard for Aimee Moore to pinpoint her favorite volunteer memory, but most recently she participated in Stand to Honor, an event that was part of SEFCU’s Operation Fitness that raises money and awareness for fallen soldiers.


For some people a compassionate heart and the desire to help others is simply part of who they are.


Although her volunteer résumé spans just a few years, Jen Page, client manager for Capital District Physicians Health Plan, has made the most of her opportunities, giving her time to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region (BBBS), the American Heart Association, Interfaith Partnership for the Homeles


Eight years ago when Dawn Martin’s son, Shawn, a U.S. Marine, was killed while serving in Iraq, she began looking for a purpose and a way to honor Shawn’s memory, a young man who was well known for his strong hugs.

Mark Duffy Why I Care Employee Recipient

As a former “little” in the Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring program, Mark Duffy, SEFCU’s senior marketing coordinator, knows firsthand how a volunteer can change a life. When asked about the impact he thought his volunteerism had on others he said, “It’s just the opposite.

Steah Htoo, Why I Care Member Recipient

Everyone has a story – that’s true – but  few are as remarkable as Steah Htoo’s,  a Burmese refugee who has not only  found her place in the United States, but  is committed to help others make the  transition, too.

Marylou Borowiak Why I Care Member Recipient

Before becoming president and CEO of the Food Bank of Western New York, Marylou Borowiak served on its Board of Directors for 12 years, and is proud to be the only female executive director to have led the Food Bank.

Shane Rauh Employee Recipient

SEFCU Business Banking Officer Shane Rauh learned the importance of giving back at an early age from his mom. She believed the idea of showing someone you care is as simple as giving them your time – by volunteering, checking in on someone, or just holding a door.

SEFCU’s Institute for Financial Well-Being engaged in a new partnership with the Heatly School in Green Island. Over the course of three days, the Institute team visited with the second, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade classes delivering financial education to nearly 60 students.

Jerry Shaul Employee Recipient

A SEFCU employee for nearly 12 years, Jerry Shaul is always ready to answer the volunteer call, being especially supportive of SEFCU-sponsored events and causes.