PUBLIC SERVICE CREDIT UNION CONTRIBUTES TO RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Public Service Credit Union contributes $5,000 to City of Fort Collins Recreation Department
August 26, 2008 (FORT COLLINS, Colorado) – Public Service Credit Union will contribute $5,000 to the City of Fort Collins Recreation Department. The contribution will benefit Recreation-wide programs and events including the Fort Collins Senior Center, The Farm at Lee Martinez Park, Edora Pool Ice Center and Northside Aztlan Community Center. The majority of Public Service Credit Union’s contribution will support Recreation Department special events such as Holiday Market Place, Treatsylvania, Winter Wishes Ice Show and Toys for Kids.
The agreement between Public Service Credit Union and City of Fort Collins Recreation Department demonstrates a civic-corporate collaboration that benefits the community, a model that the Recreation Department is experiencing success with. Jean Helburg, Director of Recreation, commends local organizations like Public Service Credit Union who see the significance in supporting community based programs. “Recreation is proud to work with organizations like Public Service Credit Union…our participants benefit from their support and we look forward to working with them in the future and being a part of their growth here in Fort Collins”. Public Service Credit Union also realizes and appreciates the opportunity to support City of Fort Collins Recreation programs “Public Service Credit Union is thrilled to support and sponsor City of Fort Collins Recreation community programs. Both organizations serve a broad range of community members on a daily basis, and we are pleased to help make these special events and programs available to all" stated Nancy Patton, spokeswoman for Public Service Credit Union.
The Public Service Credit Union contribution will benefit City of Fort Collins Recreation programs, activities and events. If you would like to learn more about sponsorships, advertising or supporting City of Fort Collins Recreation Department programs and facilities, contact John Litel at 970.221.6875 or amxpdGVsQGZjZ292LmNvbQ==