(Middletown, RI): February 28, 2019 - People's Credit Union has donated five thousand dollars to the Bristol Warren Education Foundation (BWEF) through the United Way's Corporate MyFund™ Program which will go towards funding high-quality cross district student training that focuses on engaging academics, positive community, effective management and developmental awareness. The check was presented by Bristol Branch Manager, Fatima Estrela, and Assistant Branch Manager, Stephanie Mendoza, with BWEF Board Members, parents and children of the Bristol Warren Regional School District.
"This donation and longer-term partnership with People's Credit Union will make a critical and meaningful difference in the creative learning experiences that will be enjoyed by all of the students of Bristol and Warren. We are so grateful for this demonstration of faith in the mission and work of the Bristol Warren Education Foundation and in the creative programs imagined by our wonderful educators, "stated Nicky Piper Board Chair of the Bristol Warren Education Foundation.
Fatima Estrela, Bristol Branch Manager added that "People's Credit Union is pleased to make this $5,000 donation to the Bristol Warren Education Foundation and to deepen our partnership in supporting programs and organizations that continue to enhance the communities that we serve."
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People's Credit Union staff presenting $5,000 donation check to the Bristol Warren Education Foundation
Pictured left to right: Rowen Marle, Eve Marle, Sheila Dobbyn, Darcy DaCosta, Lizzy DaCosta, Nicky Piper, Charlotte Piper, Jock Hayes, Tyler Dixon, Joe Ciullo, Millie Piper, Stephanie Mendoza and Fatima Estrela