PenFed Credit Union to Donate $100K to Papillion, Omaha Charities in 2018
PenFed Credit Union (PenFed.org) President and CEO James Schenck presented donation checks totaling $20,000 to two local charities: Offutt Chiefs Group and Moving Veterans Forward. These charitable donations mark the beginning of PenFed Credit Union’s quarterly commitment to contribute to local organizations in Papillion and Omaha totaling $100,000 in 2018. Each quarter, PenFed’s Papillion and Omaha Service Center employees will select local charities that align with the core values of the credit union—to help our members Do Better and to give back to our communities.
Since opening all three locations in Papillion and Omaha, PenFed has worked with a variety of charities in the area, including United Way of the Midlands, American Legion Post 339 for the homeless veterans food bank; Top III Association on Offutt Air Force Base; Eastern Nebraska Veterans Home, Ronald McDonald House, and Salvation Army.
The Omaha Service Center opened its doors in 1992 with 20 employees. The Papillion Service Center opened in 2012 with the same number of employees. In August 2016, PenFed selected Papillion for its first branch location in Nebraska.
Established in 1935 as the War Department Credit Union, PenFed Credit Union is America’s second-largest federal credit union, serving over 1.6 million members worldwide with more than $23.5 billion in assets. PenFed Credit Union serves a diverse population, and no military service is required to join. PenFed Credit Union is federally insured by the NCUA and is an equal housing lender.
To learn more about PenFed Credit Union, visit PenFed.org.