PVFCU employees will be spending Veterans Day serving at several local non-profit partner organizations. Employees will be helping with tasks such as fall yard work, sorting donations, maintenance projects, reading and financial education in classrooms, administrative filing, assisting with exercise and craft activities, food preparation, and wood splitting.
The 350 hours of community service will be spent at the following organizations: Cornerstone Christian School, Eastern Mennonite School, Family Life Resource Center, Generations Crossing, Gift & Thrift, Highland Retreat, Patchwork Pantry, and Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community.
John Beiler, CEO, explains the purpose of the service day. “Anabaptists have a long heritage of serving others in the name of Christ,” Beiler said. “To show appreciation to many who have served our community, country and world, Park View Federal Credit Union will live out its heritage of “Neighbors Serving Neighbors” by observing Veteran’s Day in active service to the community.”
All PVFCU branches will be closed for the national holiday.