It's no secret that this winter has been a very cold one, and because of that, your heating costs may be higher than you'd like. We understand this can take a toll on your budget and may possibly bring on some added financial stress, so we're providing you with a little assistance. And by a little, we mean up to $400* worth!
That's right. Between Friday, March 1st and Friday, March 29th, we want to hear from you and learn why we should help you with your heating costs from this winter. If you are chosen as one of our eight winners, we will pay your electric, gas, oil or propane bill, up to $400.
*Full details for the Pay Your Heating Bill campaign are available in the rules and regulations. You must be a Jeanne D'Arc Credit Union member to enter.
Small Acts That Give Back
Showing the Love
Celebrating National Muffin Day
We were excited to share our first Small Act That Gives Back of 2019 with the Westford Community on National Muffin Day. We gave a special surprise to early risers who visited Muffins on Main for breakfast, and encouraged them to pay it forward. If you're in Westford, be sure to stop by our branch, located at 196 Littleton Road, right next to Circle Health Urgent Care.
Lending a “Sharing Hand”
For the third consecutive year, our Member Service and Collections teams got together to donate care packages to benefit the clients of the Lowell Transitional Living Center. They donated 86 gloves, 20 hats,100+ socks, hand warmers and tissues! These are all supplies that are certainly needed during these cold winter months. It's all part of their "Sharing Hand" initiative.
Volunteering at the Merrimack Valley Food Bank
Shout out to our team members who recently volunteered at the Merrimack Valley Food Bank. The MVFB is a wonderful organization that makes food and personal care items available to individuals and families in need. We are proud to support its mission!
Helping Students Prepare for the Future
In partnership with Junior Achievement, our Financial Education team spent a whole day teaching 7th and 8th graders at Ste Jeanne d'Arc School to prepare them for their future responsibilities. Seventh-grade students learned how to get ready for the working world, while eighth graders learned about the core of a successful economic life.
Put over 100 years of smart financial experience to work for you.
Visit us at any of our branch locations, and see how we're sharing the love with a full line of financial services, including: