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SDCCU was proud to support the San Diego Humane Society’s PAWS Food Program

Source:  San Diego County Credit Union

December 12, 2019 (San Diego) - San Diego County Credit Union® (SDCCU®), San Diego’s largest locally-owned financial institution, helped to collect over 9,000 pounds of food to support the efforts of the San Diego Humane Society’s PAWS Food Program, which provides pet food for families experiencing limited financial resources. 

Donations of dry or wet cat and dog food were collected during November at many locations, including all of SDCCU’s San Diego County branches. The combined efforts collected more than 9,000 pounds of pet food, which will provide 46,500 meals for pet families in need. PAWS San Diego is the community’s safety net for pet families in need. The goal of the drive is to provide more than 1.5 million pet meals to those who need them most.  

“We are glad to have been able to support San Diego Humane Society this year in collecting food for the PAWS Food Program,” said SDCCU President and CEO Teresa Campbell. “The donations of our customers and the community will help those experiencing financial hardship to provide meals for their animals.” 

SDCCU is one of California’s largest credit unions, proudly serving the financial needs of customers in San Diego, Riverside and Orange counties. SDCCU has assets of $8.5 billion, over 418,000 customers, over 40 convenient branch locations and 30,000 surcharge-FREE ATMs. SDCCU provides breakthrough banking products that meet the demands of today’s lifestyle and delivers banking services that save customers money. SDCCU is leading the way, offering FREE Checking with eStatements, SDCCU mobile banking, mortgage loans, auto loans, Visa® credit cards and business banking services. Federally insured by NCUA. Equal Housing Opportunity. For more information, visit www.sdccu.com.

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