Bay Federal Credit Union
Bay Federal Credit Union

MONTEREY COUNTY — Bay Federal Credit Union announced that its January workplace campaign raised over $12,600 for United Way.

Employees of the Credit Union made both one-time donations and payroll deductions in support of United Way of Santa Cruz and Monterey counties.

As part of their award-winning volunteer program, Bay Federal Credit Union has held a fundraising campaign in support of United Way for nearly 30 years. By making monetary donations and volunteering time, the support given to United Way helps build stronger, more resilient communities where everyone can thrive.

United Way works to improve the health, education and economic mobility of every person in every community that they serve, making life better for more than 48 million people a year.

“United Way is a vital organization in our community,” said Carrie Birkhofer, president and CEO. “We are very grateful for the work that they do, and I am so proud of our Bay Federal employees who are eager to support this amazing organization year after year.”

Those curious about receiving the support of United Way or looking to volunteer with the organization can visit for Monterey County or for Santa Cruz County.

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