Florida State University Credit Union Donates $10,000 to Kidz1stFund

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As part of ongoing efforts to contribute to their community, Florida State University Credit Union has donated $10,000 to Kidz1stFund.

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Bradley Blake, FSUCU President/CEO and members of his executive management team proudly present a check for $10,000 to Coach Jimbo and Candi Fisher for their Kidz1stFund.

Florida State University Credit Union is proud to announce that they have been able to make a $10,000 donation to Kidz1stFund Foundation to help sponsor Starz of Hope. The Kidz1stFund was created to support research on Fanconi anemia, a rare blood disease that affects thousands of children each year.

Kidz1stFund was founded by Jimbo and Candi Fisher. They have worked closely with several children's charities in the past, but when they were told that their son, Ethan, had a rare blood disease called Fanconi anemia, their lives immediately changed. They wanted to know everything they could, but soon found that there isn't much information available about the disease.

That's when they knew they had to do something that would not only help their son, but also help the many others affected by Fanconi anemia. Kidz1stFund provides support to families affected by Fanconi anemia, provides education and awareness about this disease, and raises money for Fanconi anemia research with the goal of finding a cure.

Through direct financial support or other in-kind contributions to worthwhile local organizations, and by participating in public service activities, FSUCU strives to be an active partner in the community. They recognize that practicing good corporate citizenship supports the Credit Union philosophy of people helping people.

"The entire executive management team at Florida State University Credit Union graduated from Florida State University which makes supporting this local charity, with strong ties to Florida State University, a huge accomplishment. We are excited to be able to assist them in meeting their fundraising goals," said Harmony Nagy, FSUCU Marketing Director.

Florida State University Credit Union has been serving the financial needs of the FSU Community since 1954, and continually strives to build and strengthen relationships within that community by participating in cooperative activities.

For more information on Kidz1stFund, please visit: http://www.kidz1stfund.com.

<br>About the company:<br>
Florida State University Credit Union offers a full range of financial services, including personal and business banking needs. Florida State University Credit Union's mission is to "maximize members' financial well-being" and their board, management team and staff consistently strive to offer competitive products and excellent service to those consumers choosing an innovative alternative to conventional banking. Florida State University Credit Union continues to operate as a not-for-profit, member-owned financial cooperative with locations in Leon, Taylor and Wakulla counties in addition to shared service locations nationwide.

Membership is open to Florida State University fans, family and friends to include students, faculty, alumni and individuals living or working in Leon, Gadsden, Taylor or Wakulla County. FSUCU provides traditional business accounts and checking accounts. They also offer their members the ability to apply for Visa credit cards, automobile loans, and home equity loans. Visit Florida State University Credit Union online at http://www.fsucu.org to learn more. Federally Insured by NCUA. Equal Housing Lender.

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