Credit Union Honors Veterans with Donation to Local USO
St. Louis, MO (January 9, 2013) – Electro Savings Credit Union is proud to donate $1,060 to the USO of Missouri, located on the lower level of Terminal 1 at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
In honor of Veterans Day, the credit union donated $5 to the USO for each new member account, new loan or new checking account opened during the month of November.
“Electro is happy to make this donation to the USO in their
support our military. Our active duty, veterans along with their families sacrifice so much for us through their service. Supporting a program like the USO is one way that we can give back to them," states Lisa Farnen, VP of Marketing at Electro Savings Credit Union.
Electro Savings Credit Union was organized in 1941 by the
employees of Union Electric, now AmerenMO. Electro Savings Credit Union is a full-service, not-for-profit financial institution with four St. Louis area offices located in Maryland Heights, Wildwood, Manchester and South County. The credit union is a member of the Credit Union Shared Branch Network and CO-OP ATM Network. Membership in Electro Savings Credit Union is available to individuals who live or work in St. Louis City and County, St. Charles, Franklin and Jefferson counties in Missouri, and Jersey, Madison, St. Clair and Monroe counties in Illinois. Electro Savings Credit Union also offers business accounts and loans to businesses located in these areas. For more information, visit: www.ElectroSavings.com.
The USO at Lambert Airport provides a full spectrum of
services to all military personnel and their dependents. All services that are offered are free. More than 700 dedicated volunteers work to keep the doors of the USO open. The USO of Missouri, Inc. is not part of the Department of
Defense. No government, military, or United Way funding is received. The USO of Missouri, Inc. is a private, non-profit 501(C)(3) organization and depends entirely on the generosity of individual and corporate donors. For information on how you can help go to www.usostl.org.