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Bay Federal Credit Union Raises Nearly 75,000 Meals for Second Harvest Food Bank

2nd Harvest Jan 9 Check Presentation-1

Capitola, CA –January 28, 2020– Bay Federal Credit Union members and employees raised $18,690.61 for Second Harvest Food Bank’s Holiday Food Drive from November 7 to December 31, 2019.

Thanks to Second Harvest’s incredible partnerships with farmers, retailers, and food bank networks, this translates into 74,762 healthy meals for families in Santa Cruz County. Members and employees also donated non-perishable food items to Second Harvest food barrels at each location during the food drive.

“We are so proud of our history of partnering with Second Harvest,” said Carrie Birkhofer, President and CEO of Bay Federal. “The commitment and local impact that this incredible organization has on our community is an inspiration to us all.”

Bay Federal Credit Union has supported Second Harvest Food Bank for 22 years. In Santa Cruz County, one in five people face hunger. One in four are children. Second Harvest Food Bank’s mission is to end hunger through healthy food, education, and leadership.

About Bay Federal Credit Union

Bay Federal is a full-service, not-for-profit financial institution that serves over 78,000 members and 1,200 local businesses throughout Santa Cruz, San Benito, and Monterey counties. With more than $1.1 billion in assets, Bay Federal Credit Union is the largest member-owned financial institution in Santa Cruz County, serving its members and the community since 1957. Bay Federal Credit Union has an award-winning employee volunteer program in which employees have given their own money and volunteer for numerous local schools, nonprofit organizations, and community events each year.

Contact: Amy Ivey, VP, Marketing & Development
Bay Federal Credit Union
831.477.8409
aivey@bayfed.com

Caption: Bay Federal Credit Union’s Community Support Committee presents a check to Second Harvest Food Bank’s Jan Kamman, at right, on January 9, 2020.
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