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Credit Union makes a big assist to Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU

Virginia Credit Union gives check to Childrens Hospital vs Richmond

Virginia Credit Union showed its support for Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU at the VCU Rams basketball game on Friday, February 24.

Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU is an affiliated Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, providing a full range of pediatric services for children in our region.

The local hospital has been Virginia Credit Union’s employee-designated charity of choice for a decade. Over the last decade, Virginia Credit Union and its employees have contributed more than $225,000 to advance pediatric health services at CHoR through research, training, and programmatic support.

VACU made a $25,000 contribution to CHoR at the end of 2022 and marked it with an on-court check presentation Tuesday evening. When the current basketball season ends, Virginia Credit Union will add to the year-end contribution with an additional gift based on the number of assists made by the VCU men’s and women’s basketball teams.

“Virginia Credit Union employees care deeply about the community. For Virginia Credit Union and its employees, Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU is a vital community partner, providing state-of-the-art medical care to families in need,” said Chris Shockley, Virginia Credit Union President/CEO. “We are pleased to support our local CMN Hospital and its care for families in our community.”

A financial cooperative serving more than 320,000 members, Virginia Credit Union offers a variety of affordable banking services, loans, mortgages, and free financial education resources, with a focus on helping people feel more confident about their finances. Virginia Credit Union is an equal housing opportunity lender and is federally insured by NCUA.

Media Contact: Deb Wreden | | (804) 267-5409