Christian Community Credit Union Food Drive Collects 12 Boxes of Food for Shepherd’s Pantry
Christian Community Credit Union’s employees held a food drive during the month of November to benefit Shepherd's Pantry in Glendora. At the end of the drive, employees brought Shepherd’s Pantry 12 boxes filled with non-perishable food, as well as items of clothing.
“When our Social Committee found an organization right in our back yard that provides food and resources to families in need, we jumped at the opportunity to give back to the communities we directly serve,” said Human Resources Specialist Trini Mejia. “Our staff stepped up to the challenge and even inspired our members to make donations.”
“We’re impressed with the generosity of Christian Community Credit Union’s employees,” said Craig Cerro, Shepherd’s Pantry Assistant Director. “It’s a blessing to partner with them. They truly care about their community and helping those in need.”
Shepherd’s Pantry is a non-profit organization that provides emergency food, clothing, resource assistance and educational programs to families in need during times of crisis. They serve families in Azusa, Baldwin Park, Claremont, Covina, Glendora, Hacienda Heights, La Puente, La Verne, San Dimas & West Covina.
Christian Community Credit Union has $750 million in assets under management and over 30,000 members nationwide. For almost 60 years, the Credit Union has served as a financial partner of Christian ministries, churches, and their members. For more information, please call 800.347.CCCU (2228) or visit myCCCU.com.
Credit Union staff Alex Gonzalez (top left), Linda Consolo (top right), Trini Mejia (bottom left), and Luis Alvarado (bottom right) loading food donations from Christian Community Credit Union’s Thanksgiving food drive benefiting Shepherd’s Pantry.