Pacific Marine Credit Union Delivers Contest Winnings to San Diego Humane Society
1/26/2017 12:00:00 AM
Oceanside, CA — Pacific Marine Credit Union (PMCU) held their annual Ugly Sweater Contest in December to show support for local charities.
Credit Union staff donned their ugly holiday sweaters and posted their best team pictures on the PMCU Facebook page for fellow staff, members and the public to vote for their favorite photo by clicking the ‘like’ button. Each team chose a local charity that they were competing on behalf of, knowing that the winning charity would receive a donation of $500 from Pacific Marine Credit Union.
This year, the Pacific Marine Credit Union branch team in Yucca Valley, California won with the most likes and chose the San Diego Humane Society as their charity of choice to receive the winning donation.
“Our Ugly Sweater Contest has quickly become a favorite tradition among our staff,” said Jennifer Topzand, Director of Marketing at Pacific Marine Credit Union. “It is one of the many fun ways throughout the year that we enjoy supporting local non-profits.”
Pacific Marine Credit Union presents a donation check of $500 to the San Diego Humane Society, the winning charity of their social media contest.
About Pacific Marine Credit Union
Since 1952, Pacific Marine Credit Union (PMCU) has been making a difference: helping people with their financial needs and giving back to the local communities. PMCU is owned and governed by its members, operating not-for-profit, but for service. This allows the revenue generated by its services to be given back in the form of lower interest rates on loans, reduced fees, attractive earnings on savings and investments, and around-the-clock access to the latest electronic services.
PMCU is open to everyone who lives or works in San Diego, Riverside, and San Bernardino Counties. Pacific Marine Credit Union is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration and is an Equal Housing Lender.
About San Diego Humane Society
San Diego Humane Society has served San Diego County since 1880. The Humane Society is San Diego Humane Society and SPCA is a private, nonprofit organization that receives no government funding, and is supported solely by contributions, grants, bequests, investments, proceeds from the Society's retail store, and small fees for services. San Diego Human Society’s services include pet adoption, investigation of animal cruelty, rescuing animals in emergency situations and more.