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Leaders Credit Union carries out 2nd Annual Goodwill Project

December 22, 2017

Leaders Credit Union, a member-owned financial cooperative based in Jackson, Tenn., spread holiday cheer around the community with their second annual, “From Leaders with Love” project. Each branch and department adopted a project in the community and carried it out over the past two weeks. Projects included stocking and cleaning ComeUnity Café in downtown Jackson, lunch for the local fire department, ICU goodie baskets for JMCGH, serving at Community Montessori School, paying for cars’ entrances to Christmas Under the STARs and Discovery Park of America’s Let It Glow Light Show, and many others. Leaders carried out a total of sixteen projects throughout West Tennessee.

“Our ‘From Leaders with Love’ project gives us the opportunity to give forward, to bless others in both big ways and small,” President and CEO Todd Swims said. “We are thankful that we as a credit union have the ability to impact our community in a positive way and encourage those who do good. The best way we can lead is to give.”

Each branch and department was encouraged to pick a project they felt passionate about, and the results spanned from giving pedicure vouchers to ladies at the Women’s Center to collecting coats for students at Isaac Lane Elementary. Leaders Credit Union released a compilation video of the projects on their Facebook page on Friday, Dec. 15, and the video has reached over 12,000 Facebook users thus far.

“The camaraderie that’s involved in giving of yourself – of your resources, of your time, together as one – it’s immeasurable. The ripples of a gift can never be calculated – but they stretch deep and wide into the core of who we are. That’s what From Leaders with Love is about,” Swims said.

To view the “From Leaders with Love” video, visit Leaders Credit Union’s Facebook page.

LCU1North Highland branch takes lunch to the Westwood Fire Department.

The Corporate Office takes goodie baskets to the ICU waiting room at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital.

Thomsen Farms branch collects clothing for students at Isaac Lane Elementary.

South Highland branch takes food to RIFA for their Snack Backpack Program.

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