Great Lakes Credit Union (GLCU) delivered much-needed school supplies to local elementary and middle schools. Staff gathered lists and off they went shopping. Deliveries were made August 28 – 30 to schools throughout the Chicagoland area – just in time for back to school!
Schools receiving the school supplies included: Hillcrest Elementary, Antioch; Richard Bernotas Middle School, Crystal Lake; Olsen Elementary, Woodstock; Oakview Elementary, Bolingbrook; Scott Elementary, Naperville; Markham Park Elementary, Markham; Woodland Middle School, Gurnee; Avon School Center, Round Lake Beach; Evelyn Alexander School, North Chicago; Oakdale Elementary, Waukegan; and Shiloh Park Elementary, Zion.
Principal Tiffany Rucker of Markham Park Elementary School stated “Thank you Great Lakes Credit Union for all of the school supplies. Some students cannot afford the essentials and this will go a long way to help them with the necessary tools to succeed. We appreciate your generous donation.”
About Great Lakes Credit Union
Founded in 1938, GLCU continues to be a growing staple in the community. Today the not-for-profit financial institution serves more than 82,000 members and has over $819 million in assets. GLCU’s headquarters are in Bannockburn and it has 11 branches throughout Chicagoland. GLCU also belongs to the CO-OP Shared Branching Network where members may access their GLCU accounts at over 5,600 credit unions branches nationwide and at any of the 30,000 FREE CO‐OP Network ATMs. The credit union prides itself in building lifelong relationships and providing financial education for members during all life stages. Learn more at.Original Source