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"Our way of giving back to our community, and back especially to people in need."

Atlantic City Federal Credit Union is happy to announce they have launched their C.A.R.E.S. Program for 2016.
In 2015, the CARES Program raised over $20,000 in just 4 short months. This money was then donated to over 30 non-profits, with a primary focus on three Fremont County non-profits chosen by ACFCU. You can read the full story here.
"If a member would take out a loan with us, then the credit union in turn, would make a donation in the member's name to a non-profit of their choice," explains Brian Rohrbacher, CEO & President.
ACFCU is continuing the tradition again this year, beginning this month through the end of March. This year, the credit union will focus on the following local charities:
Lander Backpack Program- "The Friday Backpack Program was designed to feed needy students on the weekends and we pack food bags and deliver them on Fridays and they have food for the weekend and then they bring it back on Monday... we are run by volunteers and funded through grants and donations," says Stephanie Harris with the Backpack Program.
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Staff at ACFCU helping out at the Lander Backpack Program.
Riverton Food For Break and the Shoshoni Wrangler Pack Program- Each providing food for children in need in our community.
Lander Care and Share Food Bank- The food bank was established in 1983, after the closing of a local mine, and people in the community have been donating food to those in need since.
Chance Phelps Foundation- A local foundation, based in Dubois "Serves to bring awareness to the military and the sacrifices they have made. They strive to improve the quality of life of and lessen the burden for those people who have done so much for our country," explains Kristy Carper, Vice President of Compliance for ACFCU.
"Our CARES Program is our way of giving back to our community, and back especially to people in need," says Charlie Smith, ACFCU Board Chair.
Atlantic City Federal Credit Union
Lander - 307-332-5151
Riverton - 307-856-1701
Shoshoni - 307-876-2222
Feature Image: Niki Tippets and Lauren McKiernan volunteering at Food for Break