Del-One Raises Breast Cancer Awareness

In September, Rosalyn, a Del-One member, went to the Smyrna branch and asked if the credit union could offer a debit card image for breast cancer awareness. Del-One brought this great idea to fruition, and put the card image out to the membership for a $10 donation to the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition. A total of 287 members took advantage of this, and a total of $2,870 was raised! The Del-One Foundation then matched that amount, and a check for $5,740 was donated to the DBCC. Special thanks to all of the Del-One members who helped raise funds and awareness for this amazing cause.

 

Pictured L-R: Horacio Garcia, Director of Innovations for Del-One and Del-One Foundation Board Member, Heather Gunter, Marketing Specialist for Del-One & creator of the Pink Hope card, and Del-One Foundation Board Member, Rachel Bosh-Mulvanity, Talent Acquisition & Development Specialist for Del-One and Del-One Foundation Associate Board Member,  Lois Wilkinson, Education and Survivorship Program Manager for the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, Amy Resh, Director of Marketing for Del-One and Del-One Foundation President, Rosalyn Morales, member of Del-One who suggested the Pink Hope card concept, Stephanie Preece, CAO of Del-One and Del-One Foundation Associate Board Member, and Lisa Patni, Executive Office Manager of Del-One and Del-One Foundation Associate Board Member.

Del-One Federal Credit Union is $440 million in assets with 10 full service branch locations throughout Delaware and over 60,000 members.

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