CCCU’s Global Impact
We believe the Great Commission in Matthew 28:19—“therefore go and make disciples of all nations…”—is just as applicable to our business as it is to each believer’s life. In this spirit, we’re committed to partnering and donating to ministries whose mission is to help transform lives through Christ’s love, whether in the U.S. or abroad.
When you’re a member of CCCU, you play a key role in our giving because the money you deposit into the Credit Union is re-invested to help build churches and expand ministries. Likewise, every time you use your credit and debit cards, you’re changing lives. Through our “Cards that Give to Missions” program, we’ve donated over $5.9 million to missions and ministry projects since 1995.
Christian Community Credit Union Donates $5,000 For Hurricane Ian Relief
Christian Community Credit Union (CCCU) donated $5,000 to American Baptist Home Mission Societies (ABHMS) disaster relief effort in response to the devastation left by Hurricane Ian in Florida and other southern states. The unimaginable levels of destruction have led to the loss of lives, hundreds of homes destroyed, and the displacement of thousands of residents.
The funds for the donation come from CCCU’s “Cards that Give to Missions” program, in which a portion of the Credit Union’s interchange income (fees merchants pay to card issuers) is donated when cardholders use their Christian Community Credit Union-issued credit cards for purchases. To date, CCCU has given over $5.9 million to Christian causes.
CCCU’s Partnership with Institute for Global Engagement with Provided Religious Freedom Training
Institute for Global Engagement (IGE) President/CEO John Boyd talks about CCCU’s support with religious freedom and rule of law training to countries where that is not the norm. Christian Community Credit Union’s partnership with IGE has freed up many believers to freely worship Jesus Christ.
Emergency Relief Funds for Ukrainian Refugees
We’re grateful to our members for entrusting their finances to Christian Community Credit Union. Through their use of their missions-giving credit card, CCCU was able to donate $5,000 for humanitarian aid to Ukraine in partnership with American Baptist Churches USA’s (ABCUSA) International Ministries. The amount helped provide critical life necessities to Ukrainian refugees including food, shelter, medicine, and hygiene items.
CCCU Donates Towards First Christian Camp in Liberia
Christian Community Credit Union (CCCU) partnered with the camping ministries of Transformation Ministries (TM) to donate funds to open the first Christian Camp in Liberia. Through the generosity of CCCU members using their “Cards that Give to Missions,” Mike Pate, CEO of TM Camps, says “we’re impacting others for the Gospel.”
House of Refuge Sunnyslope CEO Julie Supplee appreciates CCCU’s partnership
House of Refuge Sunnyslope (HRS) in Arizona, equips individuals to break free from homelessness. HRS CEO Julie Supplee shares her appreciation on how CCCU’s partnership allowed them to expand their services and how CCCU became part of their story. Besides transitional housing, HRS residents experience a Christ-focused program that includes, food, training and mentoring.
Christian Community Credit Union Donated $4,300 to Olive Crest for Survivors of Human Trafficking
Charlie Allen, CCCU VP of Member Experience (3rd from R) and Michael Antaramian, CCCU Relationship Development Officer (far R), present a check in the amount of $4,300 to Olive Crest. The amount came from CCCU cardholders donating their reward points. Pictured are Danic Prado, Olive Crest Dir. Of Visitation & Kinship (far L) and Kerri Dunkelberger, Executive Dir. Of Olive Crest Orange County. Olive Crest will use the donation to purchase a property for survivors of human trafficking.
Christian Community Credit Union Donated $10,000 to Olive Crest
Christian Community Credit Union donated $10,000 to Olive Crest – USA to help protect vulnerable children. Olive Crest transforms the lives of at-risk children through the healing power of family.