Inspirus Credit Union gives $80,000 to education throughout October
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 3, 2018
Click here to watch the campaign kick-off video.
SEATTLE, WASH. – Seattle-based Inspirus Credit Union is giving $80,000 to education throughout the month of October.
The credit union is giving $50,000 to teachers through the form of classrooms grants, along with an additional $30,000 that will go towards purchasing coats and warm clothing for underserved students to wear during the winter months.
“It’s givebacks like this that go to the core of our mission at Inspirus,” said Inspirus Credit Union President, Scott Adkins. “We believe that when we support students and teachers in education, we can create an environment where learning can thrive.”
With nearly 80,000 members in the credit union, Inspirus plans to give back $1 to education for each credit union member.
To kick-off the campaign, Inspirus Credit Union fully-funded eleven education requests from teachers at Mount Vernon High School, with some help from Washington State Teacher of the Year Robert Hand.
“I’m thankful to work with so many amazing teachers who do everything they can every day to support every kid,” said Hand.
Classroom grants at Mount Vernon supported microscopes for veterinary science students to get first-hand clinic experience, and circuit electronic kits for students to explore the world of light, sound, movement, and robotics.
Throughout the month of October, Inspirus will fund classroom grants across the state that support the following school subjects:
- Financial literacy
- Student warmth, care, and hunger