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Community Financial Credit Union has been enhancing the lives of our members and our communities for over 65 years. The word “community” is not only in our name, but it is the core of everything we do. We know that Community Financial would not exist without our members and the communities in which they live.

2020 has been a year of unprecedented firsts. And while many things have changed and our summer activities may not be the same this year, Community Financial remains committed to helping the communities we serve.

10 Years of Sharing!

This year, we’re celebrating 10 Years of Sharing and we’re excited to support 60 great organizations this summer—with your help! Community Financial will donate $60,000 to nonprofit, educational and community organizations* throughout Michigan! That's $1,000 a day every Monday – Friday from June 8, 2020 – August 28, 2020.




The Senior Alliance

Posted By: Marissa Birrell (June 2, 2020)
The Senior Alliance (TSA), located in Wayne, MI, serves older and disabled adults of Wayne County through a variety of programs, including meal delivery for home bound individuals, in-home care giving services for individuals who have difficulty caring for themselves, and isolation prevention through daily phone calls to isolated seniors.
Older adults are one of the hardest hit demographics by COVID-19. Many are facing illness, feeling overwhelmingly isolated, and wondering how they will get their next meal or care for themselves during a pandemic. TSA was quick to assess these concerns and act on them. TSA sought volunteers to complete grocery shopping and deliver to older adults free of charge and arranged for contactless grocery pick up for those individuals who are able to access the agency. Additionally, TSA continued to provide many services that they would normally while also arranging for a completely remote workforce.

Otsego Cty Child Welfare Alliance

Posted By: Teresa A Cherry (June 2, 2020)
We are a small nonprofit, that serves the children and families of Otsego County. We have provided safe sleep information and equipment like gates, latches, pack n plays, sleep sack blankets. We have provided summer first aide kits to families and children in need, which last year was a great demand for. This year with the virus that has kept everyone home, we have been providing young children with books to read. We have sent home more then 1393 books since March to young kids thru the first grade in all our Otsego County schools and thru the Health Dept. The need is still great to get more books and more summer 1st aide kits to our children. Please consider us for the $1000.00 donation this summer. Thank you for all you do, so that we may do what we do.

Metro Detroit Share Group

Posted By: Angela Winton (June 2, 2020)
Metro Detroit Share is a non-profit dedicated to supporting families who have lost a baby during pregnancy through the first year of life. MDS provides peer-to-peer support meetings, funeral assistance, memory boxes and early pregnancy loss support bags for area hospitals and OB offices, and more recently, Caring Cradles. A Caring Cradle is a device that allows families to spend more time with their baby in the hospital.

Metro Detroit Share has donated 12 Caring Cradles at a cost of $5000 each to Michigan based hospitals. Last year, we also funded 22 nurses/social workers to attend a perinatal bereavement training. Metro Detroit Share is a 100% volunteer group that relies solely on donations. Thank you for your consideration.

Northern Michigan Veterans Coalition

Posted By: Ryan Sanderson (June 2, 2020)
The (NMVC) Northern Michigan Veterans Coalition serves the 11 counties in Northeast Michigan. NMVC helps creates awareness about the needs of and the benefits available to veterans and their families by promoting communication, coordination, and collaboration. NMVC publishes a monthly newsletter to 3,407 Veterans and 156 Community Partners. NMVC Board Members personally assist the Veteran or their families in need of assistance by connecting with the appropriate NMVC Partner (business or organization) to resolve the issue. When all efforts are exhausted, or, the request is unusual, NMVC provides financial funding directly to veterans and their families. In 2019 and 2020 these included: rent and mortgage assistance, utility assistance, gas cards, household goods, furniture, appliance items, clothing, work attire, and vehicle repairs. NMVC hosted 3 (VBF) Veteran Benefit Fairs in 2019 and are scheduled to host one VBF in Gaylord in September 2020.

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1518

Posted By: Polly Buchanan (June 1, 2020)
VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) Post 1518 in Gaylord, MI is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization representing area veterans and their families and emphasizes improving their quality of life in our community. Encouraging outdoor activities to improve health and wellness is encouraged by our organization.

Last Fall a new covered pavilion with restrooms and electrical power was completed in our Veterans Community Park on Old 27 just north of McCoy Road. We want to offer free outdoor movie nights at the pavilion to encourage healthy family outings, picnics, and other gatherings in our park. To do this we need outdoor theater equipment that includes a projector, screen and sound system. The cost for this equipment is approximately $2000. If our request is granted for $1000, the remaining budget will come from fund raising and or/community sponsors. Free movie nights in our new park will be a unique offering in our community.

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