Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Community Financial Warms Hearts and Homes in Michigan

Now that the holidays are almost here, it’s a good time to reflect on what we are thankful for. Basic necessities like food on the table, warm clothes and a roof over our heads are things we sometimes take for granted, but many others are not as fortunate.

In reality, there are families right in our own communities who cannot afford to keep warm and fed this winter. As the weather gets colder, these families are forced to choose between heating their homes and buying their children winter coats. This is why Community Financial is once again launching its Warming Hearts & Homes campaign to help Michigan families. 

During the Warming Hearts & Homes campaign, which runs the month of December, Community Financial will donate $25 to select nonprofits for every like or tweet received on our social media pages. The plan is to donate up to $30,000 to local organizations around Michigan that provide aid to families in need.

Among the organizations that will receive aid from this campaign are The Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW), local food pantries, and The Salvation Army Coats for Kids Program.

“Each year we run the Warming Hearts & Homes campaign, we have the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of Michigan families,” Marketing Manager Sarah Cousineau said. “Community Financial is proud to launch this campaign to sponsor and support these organizations that are committed to helping families in need.” 

So this December please take a moment out of your holiday preparations to make your post to our Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages. A simple post is an act of kindness that can go a long way.

For more information on how Warming Hearts & Homes aids families in Michigan, or to learn more about how you can participate in the campaign, visit www.cfcu.org/warms.

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