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At Cornerstone Credit Union, we are committed to supporting programs and not-for-profit organizations that make a positive impact in the communities we serve. Our focus includes fostering partnerships with other community service organizations relating to health, hunger, home ownership, and financial education. Cornerstone strongly encourages educational achievement for local youth through our Founders’ Scholarship program. Learn more.
Another great big thank you to our charitable members and CCU staff in the Sterling area! Our Sterling branch is hosting a Toys for Tots dropoff box this year and are happy to announce that the toys keep coming in. To put a smile on a child's face Christmas morning is part of the joy of the holiday season. Feel free to drop off your unwrapped, new toy or clothing and know it is very much appreciated by our families in need.
Pictured: Johana Pedroza, Carolitza Mendoza, Mandy Zelle, Lupita Bonnell, Laura Lemus, Verenice Capilla and Kathy Rodriguez.
Thanks to our generous members and CCU staff, many area children will receive toys and/or clothes under the tree this year. Making sure children don't have to go without is both a gift for the child and the giver. We appreciate your kindness and wish you a wonderful holiday season.
Pictured: Back row - Lisa Przytulski, Nikki Palas, Alix Kloepping, Julie Warren, Ashley Dietmeier, Lisa Miller; Front row - Tarrah Hawes, Jason Barklow, Julie Smith, Samantha Meyers and Katy Musser.
Throughout the year, the CCU team has the choice of donating $5/mo to a fund that allows our Community Relations team to help some members enjoy a Happier Thanksgiving. With the money raised this year, the team was able to assemble 25 bountiful baskets complete with a Thanksgiving meal and more. They purchase the food and materials, assemble the baskets, communicate with the members and deliver the baskets.
Pictured above: Volunteers Kate & Tom Ramsay, along with some of the CCU Community Relations team, Ashley Dietmeier, Julie Warren, Alix Kloepping and Riley Austin.
Several Cornerstone CU team members dressed as witches (good, of course) to greet the many costumed kids and folks who passed through the Trick or Treat trail at Krape Park on Saturday, October 28, 2017. Visitors received candy and gifts from this delightful brood of enchantresses. We hope you enjoyed your time as much as we did!
CCU witches pictured (top left): Riley Austin, Tarrah Hawes, Samantha Meyers, Julie Smith, Katy Musser and Kayleigh Davis.
Protecting one's identity is so important and this event is one way Cornerstone CU can help you be a little safer.150+ vehicles brought 2700 pounds of sensitive personal information to shred for free on October 21 in Freeport. We encourage you to keep in mind all of the other ways you can prevent identity theft:
Cornerstone Credit Union goes all out for this tradition in the Sterling/Rock Falls area. Celebrating Mexican Independence Day, this week-long event also honors the variety of rich and colorful cultural contributions that Hispanics brought to this region with music, food, art, dance and more. The Fiesta Day Parade is its 65th and brings out some extraordinary floats for the community to enjoy. We are proud to say that the CCU float once again took 3rd place, out of 97 floats this year.
Cornerstone Credit Union was a proud corporate sponsor of the South Beloit Centennial Celebration, held Aug. 24 – 27, 2017. Cornerstone staff and board members participated in the Centennial parade down Blackhawk Blvd. Saturday morning. Following the parade, we handed out free SOBO Centennial commemorative tote bags (with a special CCU gift inside) to attendees of the Annual Firefighter’s Corn Boil in City Park. As South Beloit’s only credit union, CCU is excited to be part of this great community and congratulates South Beloit on its 100th Birthday!
CCU staff and volunteers helped the Sterling community with a Free Shred Day, held Saturday, August 19th at Northland Mall. Around 1,000 pounds of sensitive personal information was securely shred to help fight identity theft.
Thanks to volunteers, Kate and Tom Ramsay and CCU staff Julie Warren, Mandy Zelle and Carolitza Mendoza.
CCU is a corporate supporter of the United Way of Northwest Illinois. Cornerstone and its employees will contribute nearly $8,500 in 2017 to this organization, which improves the quality of life for many in our community. For more information, visit http://www.uwni.org/
CCU is a member of the Freeport Chamber of Commerce, Stateline Chamber of Commerce and Sauk Valley Chamber of Commerce.
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