July 27, 2017 – Pittsfield – Greylock Federal Credit Union (GFCU) has announced that its Greylock Employee Community Giveback Program (GECGP) raised $3,555 for three cancer support organizations: Pop Cares, Moments House, and the Denise Kaley Fund. Each organization received $1,185. Greylock Federal Credit Union staff recently formed GECGP to annually support a worthy cause in the community. This is the program’s first year.
“In our inaugural year, GECGP selected ‘Cancer Support within our Community’ as our focus, and chose local organizations that help people with cancer in North, South and Central Berkshire County as the recipients of our fundraising efforts,” said Cindy Shogry-Raimer, Greylock VP/Community Development Director. “This is an employee-driven effort and the fundraising event was attended by Greylock staff and their families. Raffles, an auction and other fun activities were held to raise money for this important cause. We are delighted to have raised $3,555 to support the wonderful and compassionate work these organizations do for cancer patients and their families.”
GECGP Committee members include: Emily Stanford, Jean Noel, Cindy Shogry-Raimer, Dawn Carlson, Becki Beron, Terry Ziemba, Marissa Kirchner, Anna Flynn, and Jennifer O’Neil.
Greylock Employee Community Giveback Program (GECGP) raised $1,185 for Pop Cares. (left to right): Pat Mancuso (POP Cares), Dolores St. Pierre (POP Cares), Jennifer O’Neil, Anna Flynn, Marissa Kirchner, Becky Beron, Cindy Shogry-Raimer, Terry Ziemba, Dawn Carlson, and Donna St. Cyr (POP Cares).
Greylock Employee Community Giveback Program (GECGP) raised $1,185 for Moments House. (left to right) Wendy Dubois (Moments House), Jennifer O’Neil, Keely Akroman (Moments House), Anna Flynn, Marissa Kirchner, Dawn Carlson, Terry Ziemba, Becky Beron, and Cindy Shogry-Raimer.
Greylock Employee Community Giveback Program (GECGP) raised $1,185 for the Denise Kaley Fund. (left to right) Stephanie Carlson, Terry Ziemba, Cindy Shogry-Raimer, Beth Rose (Denise Kaley Fund), Jennifer O’Neil.