Credit union steps up to raise donations for LifeScape

March 9, 2018

When he heard LifeScape was facing a $250,000 cut in food assistance for adults, vice president Mark Sundvold of Service First Federal Credit Union felt moved to help.

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, so that seemed like the right time.

The credit union has organized a personal hygiene and food drive to help people supported by LifeScape. It fits the credit union’s philosophy of “people helping people,” Sundvold said.

“LifeScape makes it very easy for just about anyone to participate,” he said. “And Service First FCU is thankful for the opportunity to play a small part in the great work that they do.”

Items can be dropped off at any branch in March.

We are very grateful to have such a wonderful community partner in Service First FCU,” said Jessica Wells, LifeScape Foundation president. “Mark and his team have become faithful stewards for LifeScape, bringing Christmas cheer to our residents and now again answering the call for those in need. We are so thankful for their friendship.”

Credit union steps up to raise donations for LifeScape

When he heard LifeScape was facing a $250,000 cut in food assistance for adults, vice president Mark Sundvold of Service First Federal Credit Union felt moved to help.

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