Pioneer Valley Credit Union to Sponsor 'Goals for Groceries' Campaign
Springfield, Mass. - The Springfield Falcons announced Wednesday that Pioneer Valley Credit Union will sponsor the Goals for Groceries campaign throughout the second half of the 2013-14 American Hockey League season.
For every goal the Falcons score at home beginning January 18, Pioneer Valley Credit Union has pledged to donate $10 to The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts.
"We believe in making a positive impact on the community by supporting local businesses and charities," Anabela Pereira Grenier, President/CEO of Pioneer Valley Credit Union, said. "Pioneer Valley Credit Union is proud to partner with the Springfield Falcons and The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts in the Goals for Groceries campaign. Staying true to the credit union philosophy of 'people helping people' is and always will be the foundation of our commitment and our dedication to delivering to our members, partners and the communities we serve."
Pioneer Valley Credit Union is a full service not-for-profit financial institution serving members throughout Western Massachusetts since 1923. Helping members to become financially secure by offering some of the best rates around, one-on-one financial education and customized programs designed for every stage of life is the Pioneer Valley Credit Union difference. For more information about Pioneer Valley Credit Union visit PVCU.org or call (413) 733-2800.
The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts is a hunger-relief nonprofit serving 135,000 individuals at risk of or facing hunger in Berkshire, Franklin, Hampden, and Hampshire counties. As the leading provider of emergency food that reaches individuals and families with low incomes in the region, The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts distributes food to over 300 member agencies, including independent food pantries, meal sites, childcare centers, shelters, and elder care facilities. For more information on the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts, visit FoodBankWMA.org.
The Falcons return to action on the road Friday, January 24 versus the Hartford Wolf Pack at the XL Center. The team is back at the MassMutual Center Saturday, January 25 to host the Bridgeport Sound Tigers at 7:00 p.m.
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