November 2021 Mentions
Prager Creative Wins 11 Marketing Awards For Work In Financial And Healthcare Sectors
Nov 18, 2021
"AVA Digital Awards: The AVA Digital Awards judge over 2,500 entries annually. On average, 19% of entries receive Gold Awards and 16% receive Platinum. Pager Creative received one Platinum for the Community Financial Credit Union "One Step Ahead" Campaign and one Gold for an NSPC Brain & Spine Surgery patient interview."
"MarCom Awards: The MarCom Awards receive an estimated 6,000 entries annually. Only 20% earn Gold recognition, while 15% receive Platinum. Prager Creative received one Platinum Award for the WyHy Federal Credit Union "Future-Proof Mortgage" Campaign and four Gold Awards: two for the Liberty Savings "Focus On The Future" Campaign, one for the Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology "You Deserve Better" Campaign, and one for the Community Financial "Three For Free" Premier Checking Campaign."
Community Financial Feeds Families with #ThankfulThursdays
PLYMOUTH, Mich. (November 2021) – Community Financial will donate $60,000 to local food initiatives in November of 2021 with their annual giving campaign, #ThankfulThursdays.
November is National Gratitude Month and Community Financial is so grateful for their members and the communities they serve. To help spread that gratitude, every Thursday during the month of November, Community Financial will make donations to local food initiatives to help feed Michigan families.
In Michigan, 1 in 8 people face food insecurity. This number makes up an astounding 1,299,020 people who face hunger in Michigan each day. With #ThankfulThursdays, Community Financial partners with charitable organizations to help put food on the table for Michigan families just like you.
This year, donation recipients include: Open Door Ministry of Canton, Community Sharing of Lewiston, Northville Civic Concern, Gleaners Food Bank of Michigan, Hospitality House, Otsego Food Pantry, Blessings in a Backpack, Novi Feed the Need, Backpack Lunch Program of Hillman Community Schools, Calvary Episcopal Church in Hillman, The Caring Place, and The Salvation Army of Westland, Plymouth, and Alpena.
“We are so thankful to each of these organizations and the work they are doing,” said Manager/Community Relations, Natalie McLaughlin. “Families shouldn’t have to worry about how they’re going to put food on the table, and students shouldn’t have to learn on an empty stomach. #ThankfulThursdays allows us to push back against hunger in Michigan.”
For more information on how #ThankfulThursdays aid families in Michigan visit cfcu.org/thankful or follow Community Financial’s journey on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).Go to main navigation