On President’s Day, United Way Volunteer Center coordinating community service activity with Credit Union of America

255 employees will make comfort kits for children in crisis, blankets for homeless teens and more

Event: Special Community Service Project During Annual Training

When: Monday, Feb. 17, 2020; 11:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

Where: Drury Inn, 400 West Douglas


  • 150 teacher appreciation bags for teachers in USD 259
  • 100 Comfort Kits for Kids in Crisis for the Wichita Police Department to distribute
  • 25 fleece tie blankets for homeless teens
  • 20 Bookshare Box Libraries for schools and clinics

Each Presidents Day since 2014, Credit Union of America has worked with the United Way Volunteer Center to develop a community service project that their employees could participate in during their annual company-wide training. United Way Volunteer Center arranged with local nonprofits for projects that could be produced at the training site.


Delane Butler, Vice President of Marketing, United Way of the Plains, (316) 267‑1321, ext. 4105, dbutler@unitedwayplains.org
Glenda Burkett, Corporate Giving and Communications Director, Credit Union of America, (316) 265-3272, Ext. 139, GlendaB@cuofamerica.com



Published On: February 14, 2020


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