Firstmark Credit Union Donates N95 Masks to Frontline Medical Workers

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Credit union donates critical supplies amid COVID-19 crisis

“In response to the national shortage of protective equipment, we wanted to be good stewards in our community and share supplies from our emergency reserve,” said Nathanael Tarwasokono, president and CEO of Firstmark Credit Union.

On behalf of its employees and members, Firstmark Credit Union has donated critical supplies to support the medical community in San Antonio amid the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) crisis.

Firstmark was well prepared for the pandemic crisis with personal protective equipment (PPE) for their employees, including N95 masks. To help address the urgent need for supplies for frontline medical workers, Firstmark donated 500 N95 filtering facepiece respirators to The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio.

“In response to the national shortage of protective equipment, we wanted to be good stewards in our community and share supplies from our emergency reserve,” said Nathanael Tarwasokono, president and CEO of Firstmark Credit Union. “We recognize that we have a profound responsibility to help our community.”

The credit union has a strong relationship with the local children’s hospital. Tarwasokono currently serves on the foundation’s board, and Firstmark continues to raise funds to support children and families who are being cared for at the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio.

To learn more about Firstmark’s commitment to the community and pandemic relief efforts, visit firstmarkcu.org.

About Firstmark Credit Union
Firstmark Credit Union has been helping people achieve financial success for more than 85 years. The Firstmark story began in 1932 at Fox Tech High School where ten teachers signed a charter to form the San Antonio Teachers Credit Union. Firstmark has grown the ten teachers’ original $475 investment to almost 100,000 members and over $1 billion in assets. Firstmark is a not-for-profit, member-owned financial institution focused on helping people to better their lives. For more information, visit http://firstmarkcu.org or call 210.342.8484.

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