TN Members 1st Federal Credit Union welcomed nine community partners to their branches in early November during their annual Community Days event. The community was invited to stop by to sign up for door prizes, grab giveaways and learn more about how to become involved with organizations throughout the credit union’s service area. Community Day is an annual event, open to the public with no purchase or membership required to participate in event activities.
“We love being able to welcome our Community Partners into our branches for a fun afternoon sharing about the important work they do throughout the communities we serve,” said Richelle Ballenger, AVP of Marketing at TN Members 1st. “Our hope is that Community Day will become a reoccurring celebration that not only highlights the work of these vital organizations but provides the community an opportunity to learn and get involved.”
2023 Community Day participants included Aid to Distressed Families of Appalachian Counties (ADFAC), Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Tennessee, CASA of TN Heartland, East Tennessee Foundation, The Free Medical Clinic, Remote Area Medical, Roane State Foundation, Tennessee Outreach Center for Homeless (TORCH) and United Way of Anderson County (UWAC).
About Tennessee Members 1st
Tennessee Members 1st Federal Credit Union (TN Members 1st) is a CDFI certified, not-for-profit financial institution serving Anderson, Knox, and Roane counties. Members can take advantage of various account options as well as financial education opportunities and identity protection services. With two branch locations, digital banking options, and participation in the CO-OP Shared Branch Network, members have account access at their fingertips and across the country. For more information, call 865-482-4343 or visit mymembersfirst.org.
About the Commitment to Community Initiative
TN Members 1st Commitment to Community Initiative has a mission to serve, impact, and uplift our communities through education, engagement, and growth by partnering with unique and reputable non-profit organizations. For more information, visit mymembersfirst.org/community.