Ferndale, Michigan – Credit Union ONE participated in the 28th annual Walk for Warmth benefiting the Oakland Livingston Human Services Agency ( OLHSA ), hosted at Great Lakes Crossing Outlet on February 3rd, 2018.
The Walk for Warmth is an annual fundraising event to promote awareness and provide support to those facing heat related emergencies in Oakland and Livingston counties through the Emergency Utility Assistance Program.
Credit Union ONE was a sponsor for this years event, and had a team of 60 walkers made up of employees, their families and friends. This was the 11th year that the credit union had a team participate in the fundraising walk.
“Our Credit Union and Employees look forward to this fundraising event every year,” said John Kozich, Credit Union ONE Vice President of Community Relations. “ It’s a great way to help with a need within our community and we’re very happy to help OLHSA make an impact.”
About Credit Union ONE
Founded in 1938 with 15 members, Credit Union ONE is now one of Michigan’s largest credit unions. With 25 branches in Metro-Detroit, Grand Rapids, and Traverse City, Credit Union ONE serves over 135,000 members across the state. Credit Union ONE is committed to providing exceptional value throughout its members’ lives by delivering outstanding products and services, such as financial planning, retirement, and investment products; insurance and brokerage services; and traditional savings, lending, and checking products. This extensive portfolio of financial services– including one of the most comprehensive mortgage lending programs in the state – makes Credit Union ONE a single source for all of its members’ financial service needs.