Royal Credit Union Giving Never Melts Away Campaign
All Royal Credit Union (Royal) offices worked to collect over 500 toys this Holiday season. This annual toy drive collects toys from the members of our communities and our credit union members which are then dispersed into the communities we serve.
In 2015, Royal Credit Union fulfilled over 300 plus families’ wishes in Western Wisconsin and Minnesota with toys. This annual event for Royal in participation with the Salvation Army has a goal to keep spreading Holiday cheer to more families each season.
There were tubs and snowmen set up in each Royal office where generous individuals and members of our credit union would put the new unwrapped toys.
The campaign was created to make a positive impact in lives of children during the holiday season and supports the credit union’s core ideology.
“Being able to coordinate this toy drive every year is always better than the last, I see growth, excitement, appreciation, enthusiasm, importance and passion by all that bring something to donate, it really is a phenomenal feeling ” says Sarah Jaeger, Community Engagement Coordinator for Royal Credit Union.
About Royal Credit Union
Royal Credit Union is a federally insured credit union serving over 160,000 Members with 25 full service offices. Royal is driven by a core ideology which is built on strong purpose and values. You can open an account or apply for a low-rate loan at Royal Credit Union if you live or work in 18 counties in Western Wisconsin or 12 counties in Minnesota. Counties served in Wisconsin include Eau Claire, Chippewa, Barron, Buffalo, Burnett, Clark, Dunn, Jackson, Marathon, Pierce, Pepin, Polk, Rusk, St. Croix, Taylor, Trempealeau, Washburn, and Wood. Counties served in Minnesota include Anoka, Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Goodhue, Hennepin, Olmsted, Ramsey, Scott, Wabasha, Washington, and Winona. Realtors in the state of Wisconsin or Minnesota are also eligible to join the credit union. Visit rcu.org or call Royal Credit Union at 1-800-341-9911 for more information