BELCO DONATES $500 TO GATHER THE SPIRIT FOR JUSTICE IN HARRISBURG
Harrisburg, PA (7/20/18) – Belco Community Credit Union’s Mechanicsburg Branch Manager, Tom Miller, recently presented a donation of $500 to Gather the Spirits for Justice, a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization in the Harrisburg Area. Programs are offered through Common Ground Community Center and Common Ground Café, located at the Unitarian Church of Harrisburg at 1508 Market St. The Harrisburg-based nonprofit organization provides meals, vouchers to obtain food from local food pantries, funds to acquire a photo ID, access to a telephone and restrooms, clothing, personal hygiene items, house cleaning items and more.
Common Ground Café holds a free breakfast funded by Central PA Food Bank on the last Saturday of each month. Belco volunteers served 153 meals for 154 guests at the most recent breakfast. Attendees received a hot meal, and children were able to participate in various activities. A free lunch is also served every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 am to noon.
Gather the Spirit for Justice brings together the residents of the Allison Hill community, area organizations, businesses and churches to address issues of social justice and economic equity. For more information and volunteer opportunities, visit www.gatherthespirit.webs.com
About Belco Community Credit Union
Belco Community Credit Union is a full-service financial institution offering checking, savings, loan, investment, and small business products and services. Established in 1939 to sersve employees of Bell Telephone Company in Harrisburg, PA, Belco became a community chartered credit union in July 2005, opening membership to businesses and individuals who live, work, worship, or attend school in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry or York counties. Belco currently has over 65,000 members and $601 million in assets, 14 branches, numerous ATM locations, and 24-hour account access through mobile, online and telephone banking. For more information, visit www.belco.org or call (800) 642-4482.