City & County Credit Union - SAINT PAUL, Minn. – City & County Credit Union invites the community to nominate a small business or non-profit making an impact in the community for Making the Greater Good Even Greater – a semi-annual voting contest that awards $2,000 to two winning organizations.
“At City & County Credit Union, we know that community matters now more than ever,” Bailey Germain, Creative Marketing & Brand Manager, explains. “As organizations continue to face the challenges of COVID-19, City & County Credit Union is committed to providing the financial support and awareness they need to continue making an impact in the community we live and work in.’
Whether their mission is to provide meals to our neighbors or a vibrant living community for seniors – nominations will be accepted for organizations making an impact until March 31, 2021 and can be made at cccu.com/greater-good. Organizations must operate within City & County Credit Union’s field of membership including the following Minnesota counties: Carver, Hennepin, McLeod, Meeker, Ramsey, Washington, Wright, or Northern Dakota.
Voting will begin on April 8, 2021 on City & County Credit Union’s Facebook page. The non-profit and small business with the most votes by midnight on April 15, 2021 will take home a winning $2,000 check.
For more information on City & County Credit Union’s Making the Greater Good Even Greater contest, visit cccu.com/greater-good.
About City & County Credit Union City & County Credit Union is a cooperatively owned, not-for-profit credit union based in Saint Paul, Minnesota, with more than 60,000 members and $1 Billion in assets. Founded in 1928 to serve the employees of Ramsey County and Saint Paul - City & County Credit Union now serves those who live, work, worship or attend school in Carver, Hennepin, McLeod, Meeker, Wright, Ramsey, Washington or Dakota as well as City of St. Paul employees, Ramsey County employees and General Mills employees, retirees, and their family members nationwide. To learn more, call 651-225-2700 or visit www.cccu.com.