Center Parc Credit Union and Atlanta Postal Credit Union Join Other Credit Unions to Raise Funds for Ukraine

(SAVANNAH, Ga.) Center Parc Credit Union (CPCU) and its parent organization, Atlanta Postal Credit Union (APCU), were among five credit unions that participated in “Credit Unions for Ukraine,” a campaign that raised a total of $30,000 for the Ukrainian Displacement …

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What Teens Need to Know About Financial Literacy

(SAVANNAH, Ga.) April is National Financial Literacy month. Center Parc Credit Union has a podcast aimed at high school students with the goal of giving young people the financial know-how they need to thrive as adults.

Coastal Georgia Indicators Coalition Receives 4-year Grant of $600K to Address Childhood Trauma and Mental Health Issues

Partners include Gateway Community Service Board, Chatham Co Safety Net, and Loop it up Savannah

(SAVANNAH, GA / COASTAL GA) Childhood trauma and mental health issues in children, youth and young adults have risen sharply in the Savannah area, driven in great part by the COVID-19 pandemic, and now the existing support structure has received a four-year, $600,000 grant to address the issue.

Winning Students Featured in Local Cookbook from Center Parc, SUGA

(SAVANNAH, Ga.) – Fifteen elementary students who are budding gardeners and cooks were selected to be published in a new cookbook that is being produced by Center Parc Credit Union and the Savannah Urban Garden Alliance (SUGA), in partnership with four Savannah elementary schools. The cookbook documents the students’ vegetable garden experience at the participating schools.

Center Parc Credit Union and SUGA partner with Butler, Windsor Forest, Heard, Gould, Brock Elementary and Hodge elementary schools to create a recipe cookbook documenting their first vegetable garden

Kick-off is at noon on Wednesday, Oct. 20, at Butler Elementary

(SAVANNAH, GA) Center Parc Credit Union and the Savannah Urban Garden Alliance (SUGA) have partnered with six Savannah elementary schools to create a recipe cookbook documenting the students’ first vegetable garden.

The project kicks off on Wednesday, Oct. 20 at noon at Butler Elementary School, 1909 Cynthia St., with an announcement from the participating schools, SUGA, and Center Parc discussing the process of putting the cookbook together.

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