TruStone Financial donates to local communities

Plymouth, Minn. (June 26, 2014) — TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union recently donated money to a local organization for planting trees in the communities they serve.

Kyle Knudson, Retail Sales and Service Manager present check to Tree Trust Executive Director, Norm Champ.
Kyle Knudson, Retail Sales and Service Manager present check to Tree Trust Executive Director, Norm Champ.

TruStone Financial presented a $1,000 donation to Tree Trust. The donation was the result of a marketing campaign that promoted electronic statement usage as a way to reduce paper consumption. The credit union pledged $1.00 for each new eStatement enrollment. The campaign started on Arbor Day, April 25, 2014 and ended on May 31, 2014. More than 800 TruStone Financial members enrolled in eStatements, which will reduce the amount of paper consumption by more than 2,200 pounds each year.

About Tree Trust
Tree Trust was founded in 1976 in 1976 to address two problems in the community at the time: high unemployment and the devastation of the urban tree canopy due to Dutch elm disease. The organization also invests in the community through its many programs.