May has been a busy month of community involvement for staff at DCECU, who recently participated in two different volunteer projects: Midland County Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build Week and an Adopt-A-Street cleanup project.
On May 9 and 10, a total of 20 DCECU employees served as volunteers for Midland County Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build Week, an annual event that empowers women to serve as housing construction volunteers.
In addition to providing a crew of volunteers, DCECU also served as a T-shirt sponsor for the event, which spanned the entire week of May 8 through 12.
On May 16, eight DCECU employees cleaned litter from nearly a mile of the boulevard area near the credit union – between East Lyon and East Patrick roads, from Pine Street to Washington Street, including around the bicycle and pedestrian path that runs through the boulevard – through the Adopt-A-Street program.
“DCECU is proud of our employees’ willingness to answer the call to help improve our community,” said DCECU President/CEO Dennis Hanson. “The 20-plus employees who volunteered to assist with these two projects are shining examples of the credit union’s commitment to giving back to the community at large.”
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