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United Way Announcement

United Way Workplace Campaign

Each year, Centra Credit Union supports local United Way agencies through our workplace campaign. Our Team Members appreciate the opportunity to make a difference in their communities through financial donations, which is just one way they create value for our Communities and demonstrate the credit union philosophy of “People Helping People.”

More than 280 Team Members pledged their contribution to support the work of the United Way in 2022. Together, Centra raised a total of $103,350 for our local United Way agencies!

Pictured: 2022 presentation to United Way Bartholomew County for $77,578.

Metro United Way Check

2022 check presentation to Metro United Way for $13,591.

2022 Donations to Local United Ways

Brown County Community Foundation – $612.00

United Way of Chautauqua County – $620.00

United Way of Tar River Region- $235.00

Decatur County United Fund – $551.00

Shelby County United Fund -$920.00

United Way Jefferson County -$1195.00

United Way of Central Indiana – $175.00

United Way of Jennings County -$1290.00

United Way of Jackson County – $3123.00

United Way of Scott County -$2448.00

United Way of Johnson County – $1011.00

Metro United Way – $13,591.45

United Way of Bartholomew County – $77, 578.55

Total donations = $103,350!

Centra giving back

40 non-profits to receive grants

Several non-profit organizations were nominated to receive a grant by Centra Team Members who feel passionate about the work these groups do in our communities.

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2022 Donations to Local Non-Profits

26th Street: AFSP-American Foundation for Suicide Prevention – $2,500

501 Washington St.: Bartholomew County Humane Society – $2,500

Salem: Awareness Washington County – $2,500

Finance/Business Analytics: Big Brother Big Sisters of Bartholomew County – $2,500

Jeffersonville: Center for Lay Ministries – $2,500

Seymour: Childcare Network – $2,500

Marketing, Digital Experience, and Member Experience: Columbus Parks Foundation – $2,500

Whitakers: Communities in School North Carolina Rocky Mount Region – $2,500

Jamestown: Community Helping Hands – $2,500

CFS and CFS Title: Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children – $2,500

Scottsburg Walmart: Cradle – $2,500

Facilities: DSI (Disability Services Inc.) – $2,500

New Albany: Family and Children’s Place – $2,500

Consumer Lending Ops, Indirect Lending Ops, and Indirect Lending Sales: Foundation For Youth – $2,500

Clarksville Walmart: Gilda’s Club of Kentuckiana – $2,500

Carmel: Girls Inc. – $2,500

Greensburg: Greensburg Transitional Living Center – $2,500

Risk Management and Internal Audit: Heritage Fund – $2,500

Sellersburg: Hope of Southern Indiana – $2,500

Central Retail and Mortgage Loan Consultants: Human Services – $2,500

Edinburgh: Ivy Tech, Columbus Food Pantry – $2,500

Shadeland: Jake Laird Memorial Foundation – $2,500

Madison: Jefferson County Youth Shelter – $2,500

46 West: Love Chapel – $2,500

Shelbyville: MHP Foundation – $2,500

Contact Center/ITM: NAACP- Columbus Chapter – $2,500

River Ridge: North Clark Outreach Center – $2,500

State Street: Olive Tree Resources – $2,500

Southern Region Sales Team – Retail Leadership, MLCs, BS (Southern): Open Door Youth Services – $2,500

Mortgage Operations and Mortgage Servicing: Our Hospice of South Central Indiana – $2,500

Scottsburg: Ride for a Cure – $2,500

Fraud and Loss Mitigation, and National Road: San Souci – $5,000

Accounting: Schneck Foundation Cancer Fund – $2,500

North Vernon: Shop with a Cop – $2,500

Business Services – Central: Su Casa – $2,500

Nashville: TRIAD of Brown County – $2,500

IT, TME, and Team Deposit Ops/Transaction processing/Card Services: Turning Point – $7,500

All Centra: Gleaners Food Bank – $2,500

Centra Board: Anchor House – $2,500

Senior Management: Lincoln Central Neighborhood Family Center – $2,500

Total grants = $107,500!