Andrews Federal Provides Support for Superstorm Sandy Victims

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Andrews Federal branch locations and headquarters donate food, clothing and other items.

Staff at Andrews Federal’s Mt. Laurel (NJ) branch prepared over 30 bags to support the Superstorm Sandy Relief Effort.

Andrews Federal recently held a food drive at each of their branch locations, as well as headquarters, to assist with the physical needs of Superstorm Sandy victims. In addition to collecting food items, donations included blankets, clothing, juice, water and grocery gift cards.

Andrews Federal also went the extra mile for its members who were impacted by the devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy. Members with an Andrews Federal home loan who experienced property damage were able to call the credit union to explore financial options to assist with the extenuating circumstances created by the storm.

“We know that natural disasters can leave families in an uncomfortable place. Superstorm Sandy certainly left an enormous impact on our communities which is why Andrews Federal readily assisted the physical and financial needs of those affected by the storm”, said Jim Hayes, Interim CEO.

About Andrews Federal Credit Union
Andrews Federal Credit Union was founded in 1948 to serve the needs of military and civilian personnel by providing a vast array of financial products and services. With over $900 million in assets, Andrews Federal has grown to serve more than 98,500 members in the District of Columbia, Joint Base Andrews (MD), Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (NJ), and military installations in central Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands. In addition, the Credit Union serves as a financial partner with many select employee groups in Maryland, the District of Columbia and New Jersey. To learn more about Andrews Federal Credit Union community involvement, products, and services, please visit http://www.andrewsfcu.org.

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