Community is in our DNA. While Presidents Day is a day off for most financial institutions, OCCU employees were out in the community, volunteering with passion. For our seventh annual Volunteer Day we celebrated by giving back to those in need by serving and actively contributing to communities where our members and employees live. Whether it’s clearing invasive species, dismantling old computers, cleaning up our parks, or painting local schools, every project works to improve the quality of our community.
For our seventh annual Volunteer Day at Oregon Community Credit Union, our employees got together to give back big.
7 years of giving back to our local communities during OCCU’s annual Volunteer Day
290 loyal OCCU employees working together to make a difference
1,160 hours of service
20 nonprofits served in Lane, Marion and Polk counties
200 yards of bark mulch and gravel were spread at Wayne Morse Dog Park, First Avenue Shelter, Mount Pisgah Arboretum, Cascade Raptor Center, and St. Paul School
155 wheelbarrows of invasive plant species removed from Mount Pisgah Arboretum, Riverbend Elementary, Cascade Raptor Center, and Hendricks Park
2,000 lbs. of obsolete electronics dismantled and recycled at NextStep Recycling
3,000 Easter eggs filled with treats for Oregon kids to find and enjoy at Willamalane’s MEGGA hunt
30 Shelter kennels cleaned and prepped for rescued animals
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