LONE TREE, Colo. (PRWEB) November 22, 2017
Public Service Credit Union (PSCU) announces its annual holiday Sock Drive benefitting local homeless shelters.
Just in time for Giving Tuesday, PSCU is collecting new and gently used socks from November 17, through December 16, 2017. PSCU President & Chief Executive Officer, Todd Marksberry and Miss Colorado 2017, Meredith Winnefeld, are encouraging Coloradoans to help provide warmth for the homeless this holiday season. “Between the members and employees of Public Service Credit Union, last year we collected over 3,000 pairs of socks,” said Winnefeld.
Both Marksberry and Winnefeld insist the PSCU Sock Drive can only get better. “We absolutely want you to come in and bring in as many pairs of socks as you can,” said Marksberry, “so we can make a meaningful and significant difference in the lives of those folks that are homeless here in Colorado.” The credit union is working with local homeless shelters to distribute the socks during the winter holidays. Watch the videos and learn more about PSCU’s Sock Drive by visiting http://pscu.org/sockdrive.
Why socks? Socks are the #1 most requested clothing item, according to the Salvation Army. Donations are welcome at all 28 PSCU branch locations throughout the Front Range, from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs. Visit PSCU online at http://pscu.org/locations to find a nearby branch.
PSCU CRAZY SOCK DAY PHOTO CONTEST
During the Sock Drive, every Friday will be Crazy Sock Day at PSCU! In addition to testing the boundaries of tasteful footwear, the PSCU Crazy Sock Day Photo Contest will produce one winner every Friday, November 17, through December 16, 2017. The person behind each Friday’s craziest sock photo will be awarded a prize.
To enter the PSCU Crazy Sock Day Photo Contest, post a photo using #PSCUCrazySocks on Twitter or Instagram. Photo entries are also accepted using the online contest form at http://woobox.com/eqqn2e.
ABOUT PUBLIC SERVICE CREDIT UNION (http://pscu.org)
Public Service Credit Union (PSCU) has been safe, secure, and insured for the past 79 years. Today, PSCU holds assets in excess of $2.3 billion and has more than 224,000 members. PSCU provides a full array of financial products and services, including savings, checking, loans, mortgages, and online and mobile banking options. Members can access their accounts and conduct transactions at PSCU’s 28 branches, and at over 200 shared branch locations throughout Colorado. In addition, through the credit union’s partnership with the CO-OP network, members have surcharge-free access to more than 30,000 ATMs across the country.