UCCU always takes an active role in our community and we didn’t let Covid-19 dampen our efforts in 2020! Over the course of the year, our employees donated either their time or money to multiple organizations in the community including:
UCCU also made numerous donations to local organizations, including:
UCCU’s Benevolent Fund also donated $1,032 to four members and their families.
Members also donated money to help fill the food banks for Horizons in Quincy and Douglass Community Center in Hannibal.
Through the generosity of our membership, UCCU is hoping for our largest donation yet to the St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital by exceeding our goal of $6,000 in June 2021!
A non-profit organization that funds cardiovascular medical research, educates consumers on healthy living and fosters appropriate cardiac care. Their mission is to reduce disability and deaths caused by cardiovascular disease and stroke throughout the entire United States.
Based in Quincy, IL, Horizons has one mission: feed the poor and hungry in our community. By promoting self-reliance and encouraging a strong relationship with Jesus Christ, Horizon has filled the stomachs and facilitated the growth of those most in need in our community for a number of years and we are proud to be a part of their network.
When it comes to preventing breast cancer, the best defense is early detection. The Blessing Brest Center staff focuses on catching breast cancer early and helping to minimize your risk. The Blessing Breast Center receives patients from across the region and can handle everything from screenings and mammograms to breast biopsies and post-surgical care.
Motivated by the goal of making the world a better, healthier and more joyful place—one athlete, one volunteer, one family member at a time, Special Olympics is creating a new world of inclusion and community where every single person is welcomed, regardless of ability.
A nonprofit organization leading the fight against type 1 diabetes by funding research, advocating for favorable medical research regulation, and making it easier for companies to market new medical devices. JDRF provides a support network for millions of people around the world impacted by type 1 diabetes.
Since its inception in 1988, The Good News of Christmas campaign has raised more than $1.75 million and logged countless volunteer hours to help more 1,500 families get back on their feet. A prime example of our region’s deep-rooted compassion and generosity, few could have predicted the longevity and massive impact of this charitable campaign when it first began. We sure are glad it’s around though!
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