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Employees Raise $891 for Breast Cancer

Christian Community Credit Union Employees Raise $891 for Breast Cancer Charity

Christian Community Credit Union’s employees held their 17th annual breast cancer awareness fundraiser on Friday, October 6, 2017, raising a total of $891. Employees had the option to donate to Susan G. Komen’s Be More Than Pink or Lee National Denim Day® where funds support the American Cancer Society. Employees donated five dollars or more in exchange for wearing jeans, sneakers, and/or pink T-shirts to work.

Many staff had personal reasons for participating in the fundraiser. “As a breast cancer survivor myself, I know how important new methods of detection and treatment can be,” said Credit Union Consumer Loan Quality Specialist Christine Liskey. “Anything and everything we can do to fight all forms of cancer is well worth it.”

Christian Community Credit Union staff wore pink and raised $891 during their 17th annual breast cancer awareness fundraiser.

Carmella Long, Marketing Assistant, added, “It’s a time to remember loved ones we’ve lost to cancer, encourage those who are fighting this disease, and celebrate with those who have won the battle. Let’s keep praying for a cure!”

Christian Community Credit Union has $725 million in assets under management and over 30,000 members nationwide. For over 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

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