TruStone Financial staff poses with food donations and a check for $2,000 to Second Harvest Heartland at the credit union’s corporate office. From left to right: Jean Gabbert, Talent Acquisition Specialist; Tim Bosiacki, CEO; Lisamarie Meyer, Senior Vice President and Director of Minnesota Branches.
“With food shelf visits growing dramatically by the day, we need the community to stand with us and pitch in to stock the shelves,” said Maddie Archbold, Community Engagement Coordinator at Second Harvest Heartland. “Amazing partners like TruStone Financial exemplify just how much we can get done when we work together. We are so grateful for the support.”
The COVID-19 pandemic has made volunteering a challenge, but TruStone and other credit unions have found ways to continue giving back. “We look forward to CU Forward Day all year,” said TruStone Financial’s CEO, Tim Bosiacki. “We were pleased to be able to help our neighbors despite the limitations COVID has placed on everyone.”
About the TruStone Financial Foundation
The TruStone Financial Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2009 by TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union. The TruStone Financial Foundation primarily supports financial education and programs through scholarships and outreach, while also engaging in general charitable giving in the communities served by the credit union. Learn more about the TruStone Financial Foundation at TruStoneFinancial.org/Foundation.