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All Del-One FCU branches are collecting items for the 16th Annual Stockings for Soldiers, which sends “stockings filled with joy to our soldiers in harm’s way”. There is still time to donate! Drop off items such as crew socks, paperback books, pocket games, flavored drink mixes, and non-perishable foods. See a listing of suggested donation items and more information about this project at www.stockingsforsoldiers.org. All Del-One branch locations will collect items for this project through November 30th.

Del-One employees from the Georgetown branch with their collection – pictured L-R: Autumn Tunnell, Kristen Figueroa, Ta’Var Jones, Veronica Nhan-Nock, & Danielle David
Del-One Federal Credit Union currently has $481 million in assets with 11 full service branch locations throughout Delaware and serving over 69,000 members. Visit www.del-one.org for more information on how to become a member.

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