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We make donations to local food banks quarterly, award scholarships to area students and members, and more than $340,000 is given annually to charities that support our communities. Here are some of those stories.

Peach State FCU Sponsors Georgia Mountain Storytelling Festival

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Pictured: Jennifer Marshall, Peach State’s Towns-Union Branch Manager; Amanda Lawrence and Ruth Looper from the Georgia Mountain Storytelling Festival; and Scott Roland, Regional Business Executive for Peach State.


Pictured: Jennifer Marshall, Peach State’s Towns-Union Branch Manager; Amanda Lawrence and Ruth Looper from the Georgia Mountain Storytelling Festival; and Scott Roland, Regional Business Executive for Peach State.

 

Blairsville, GA (March 14, 2019) – Peach State Federal Credit Union is pleased to sponsor the upcoming Georgia Mountain Storytelling Festival (GMSF) at the Union County Schools Fine Arts Center in Blairsville, Georgia on April 12-13, 2019.

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$5,000 Contribution Made to Franklin County Schools REACH Program

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Pictured: Marshall Boutwell, President/CEO for Peach State; Wayne Randall, Superintendent of Franklin County Schools; Kelly Akin, School Improvement Director for Franklin County Schools; Matt Adams, Assistant Superintendent for Operations, Facilities and Business Services for Franklin County Schools; Letha Stowe, Business Development for Peach State and John Fair, Chief of Staff for Peach State.


Pictured: Marshall Boutwell, President/CEO for Peach State; Wayne Randall, Superintendent of Franklin County Schools; Kelly Akin, School Improvement Director for Franklin County Schools; Matt Adams, Assistant Superintendent for Operations, Facilities and Business Services for Franklin County Schools; Letha Stowe, Business Development for Peach State and John Fair, Chief of Staff for Peach State.

 

Carnesville, GA (February 19, 2019) – Peach State Federal Credit Union has committed to contributing $5,000 to Franklin County Schools’ REACH Program over the next five years. The program will receive $1,000 each year through 2023 from the credit union.

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$5,000 Donation Made to Walker County Launch Academy

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Pictured: Ronnie White, Business Development for Peach State; Ryan Hawk, SVP of Business Development for Peach State; Damon Raines, Walker County Schools Superintendent; Matt Harris, Launch Academy Coordinator; Marshall Boutwell, President/CEO for Peach State; John Fair, Chief of Staff for Peach State.


Pictured: Ronnie White, Business Development for Peach State; Ryan Hawk, SVP of Business Development for Peach State; Damon Raines, Walker County Schools Superintendent; Matt Harris, Launch Academy Coordinator; Marshall Boutwell, President/CEO for Peach State; John Fair, Chief of Staff for Peach State.

 

LaFayette, GA (December 21, 2018) – Peach State Federal Credit Union has committed to donating a $5,000 to Walker County Schools’ Launch Academy over the next five years. The program will receive $1,000 each year through 2022 from the credit union.

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Food Donated to Pantry on University of North Georgia’s Oconee Campus

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Pictured: Justin Earnest, Counselor at University of North Georgia, Oconee Campus with Deborah Fancher, Business Development for Peach State at the Nigel’s Nest food pantry.


Pictured: Justin Earnest, Counselor at University of North Georgia, Oconee Campus with Deborah Fancher, Business Development for Peach State at the Nigel’s Nest food pantry.

 

Watkinsville, GA (December 20, 2018) – Peach State Federal Credit Union has made a donation to the University of North Georgia’s (UNG) on-campus food pantry as part of their commitment to donate to local food banks throughout the year. The credit union collects food donations from members and employees in all their branch locations as well as their corporate headquarters.

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Credit Union Staff and Members Donate Toys For Tots

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Pictured: Peach State staff members pose with some of the toys to be donated to “Toys For Tots” thanks to the generous donations from their members and staff.


Pictured: Peach State staff members pose with some of the toys to be donated to “Toys For Tots” thanks to the generous donations from their members and staff.

 

Lawrenceville, GA (December 18, 2018) – Peach State Federal Credit Union has collected toys to be donated to “Toys For Tots” thanks to the generosity of credit union members and staff.

Each year donation boxes are placed in all of Peach State’s branch locations as well as the corporate headquarters in Lawrenceville.

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Peach State Federal Credit Union Awarded Grant for $20,000 to Promote Financial Literacy

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Pictured: Peach State Business Development Representative, Alicia Fitts; Community Sustainability Enterprise Founder and President, Deirdra Cox; Student, Zykia Lawrence; and Reaching Potential through Manufacturing Principal, Dr. Jason Moore at Reaching Potential through Manufacturing in Augusta, Georgia


Pictured: Peach State Business Development Representative, Alicia Fitts; Community Sustainability Enterprise Founder and President, Deirdra Cox; Student, Zykia Lawrence; and Reaching Potential through Manufacturing Principal, Dr. Jason Moore at Reaching Potential through Manufacturing in Augusta, Georgia

 

Lawrenceville, GA (December 7, 2018) Peach State Federal Credit Union has been granted $20,000 from the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) to increase outreach to underserved communities for the second year in a row.

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Over $161,000 in Scholarships and Educational Grants to be Awarded by Peach State Federal Credit Union

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Lawrenceville, GA (December 3, 2018) Starting today, Peach State Federal Credit Union will be accepting applications for its 2019 scholarship program. The credit union will award $161,200 in scholarships and educational grants to seniors in high school and professionals seeking career advancement. The program was established to honor Peach State’s founders, past and present board members and employees, as well as the lifetime achievements of several notable school system and community leaders.

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Peach State Federal Credit Union Donates $5,000 to Habersham Community Theater

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Pictured: Habersham Community Theater (HCT) Board Member and Vice President of Marketing, Bob Warren; HCT Board Member, Lynne Warren; Peach State Regional Business Development Executive, Scott Roland; Show Director, Alta Moseley


Pictured: Habersham Community Theater (HCT) Board Member and Vice President of Marketing, Bob Warren; HCT Board Member, Lynne Warren; Peach State Regional Business Development Executive, Scott Roland; Show Director, Alta Moseley

 

Clarkesville, GA (October 11, 2018) Peach State Federal Credit Union has made a $5,000 donation to the Habersham Community Theater, on Washington Street near the square in Clarkesville. The theater will receive $1,000 per year through 2022 from the credit union beginning this year.

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Peach State FCU Supports Golden Harvest Food Bank with Food and Sponsorship

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Peach State Staff Members Nicole Casler, Alicia Fitts, and Shonda Lundy with the Golden Harvest Food Bank truck in front of Peach State’s Gracewood branch on Tobacco Road in Augusta, Georgia


Deborah Fancher, Business Development for Peach State with Melissa Brown, Golden Harvest Food Bank
Pictured: TOP, Peach State Staff Members Nicole Casler, Alicia Fitts, and Shonda Lundy with the Golden Harvest Food Bank truck in front of Peach State’s Gracewood branch on Tobacco Road in Augusta, Georgia; BOTTOM, Deborah Fancher, Business Development for Peach State with Melissa Brown, Golden Harvest Food Bank

 

Augusta, GA (July 25, 2018) Peach State is sponsoring three of Golden Harvest Food Bank’s delivery trucks this year, contributing $15,000 to help feed people in more than 30 counties in the Central Savannah River Area and upstate South Carolina.

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