News Published: May 31, 2017 - 6:03:57 AM

Nutmeg State Presents $2K Donation to March of Dimes

By Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union

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Pictured (left): John Holt, Nutmeg President & CEO, Deb Fafard, Executive Director Marc Spencer, Development Director, March of Dimes, Kiri Thomson, Nutmeg employee and Hartford March for Babies Ambassador (contributed photo)
Rocky Hill, CT - Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union partnered with March of Dimes for their annual Credit Union Week. Between staff and members, the credit union was able to donate $2,000 to the cause’s local Greater Hartford chapter.

Every April Nutmeg celebrates youth membership and financial literacy for members. Stressing the importance of saving early and managing your finances at a young age sets the tone for a healthy financial future. Nutmeg believes strongly in educating their members on what works best for their individual needs.

For one week in April, Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union donated $10 to March of Dimes for any Kidz Club Savings Accounts for children, opened in that time period. All week, Nutmeg branches throughout the state raised money to support the March of Dimes organization, raising awareness and funds for premature babies.

“Helping children learn to save early is so important,” says John Holt, President and CEO of Nutmeg. “We not only want to help families save, but we want to do our part and help save families too. We are excited to donate to March of Dimes and help premature babies get the resources they need.”

Nutmeg’s CEO, John Holt, was joined by staff member and Hartford’s March for Babies Ambassador, Kiri Thomson, to present the $2,000 check to the cause.

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