Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union Donates 350 Books to Greater Lowell YMCA
In support of the Greater Lowell YMCA’s mission to curb summer learning loss, Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union recently held an organization-wide book collection. In total, Credit Union employees donated 350 books for the YMCA’s summer reading program.
“[The books] will be a great benefit to the Y and the kids,” said Kevin Morrissey, Chief Executive Officer of Greater Lowell YMCA.
Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union’s Chief Executive Officer, Mark S. Cochran, and Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, as well as new board member of the Greater Lowell YMCA, Michelle Silveira, delivered the books to eager students during the YMCA’s after-school program on June 1st.
The students were excited to go through the boxes and see all the new books that would be joining them just in time for summer.
“We’re happy to support the YMCA in a way that will directly benefit the children and give them learning opportunities throughout the summer months,” said Mr. Cochran. “It was really nice to see the excitement on the kids’ faces when they received so many new books,” he added.
Photo cutline: Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union employees recently donated hundreds of books to Greater Lowell YMCA in support of their mission to curb summer learning loss. (Back row, from left) Kevin Morrissey, Chief Executive Officer of Greater Lowell YMCA, Mark S. Cochran, President and Chief Executive Officer of Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union, Eric Allen, YMCA Board President, Michelle Silveira, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union, (middle row, from left) Lilliana Estrada, Jaylene Tatro, Maric Nthala, (front row, from left) Jordan Wilson, Moriah Wisseh, Michael Velez, Adomus Arias and Jaxon Mercado.