Oak Ridge, Tenn. – Each year, employees and members of ORNL Federal Credit Union (FCU) support the Family Resource Center’s Angel Tree program as one way to give back to the Oak Ridge community, and 2013 was no exception.
“Our involvement in the Angel Tree program is truly one of the highlights of each year for many of our employees. This year, we committed to sponsoring 55 children and we were fortunate to have gifts donated for each and every one,” said Jason Long, Oak Ridge Branch Manager.
According to Long, ORNL FCU has participated in the Angel Tree program for more than 15 years. “Our hope is that each child is positively impacted through the generous efforts of ORNL FCU members and employees. The joy and excitement it will bring to the children is truly a reason to celebrate,” said Long.
ORNL Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative locally owned and operated by its members for the benefit of all who belong. Established in 1948 with 10 founding members, ORNL Federal Credit Union’s assets have grown to over $1.4 billion and membership has grown to over 160,000. Open to businesses and anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in the 16 counties of Central East Tennessee, ORNL Federal Credit Union currently serves members in 32 branches located throughout Anderson, Blount, Campbell, Hamblen, Knox, Loudon, Monroe, Roane, Sevier, and Union counties.