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Community Involvement

Community Involvement

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ECU Staff Members Holding Up Their Tie Blankets

Blankets for the Animal Shelter!

After our 2019 Staff Development Day, our staff volunteered their time to make fleece blankets for the local animal shelter.

ECU Employee Holding Up Money Tree Giveaway Item


ECU supports the Neenah Animal Shelter year round. In 2019, we headed out to Furry Flurry again to giveaway our money trees.

Electric Vehicle Ride and Drive!

Along with our co-hosts Wisconsin Clean Cities, RENEW Wisconsin, and Cool Choices, we hosted an Electric Vehicle Ride and Drive in July 2019 to celebrate our public electric vehicle charging station!


We had a lot of fun with kids singer Tom Pease. Evergreen Credit Union sponsored the show and brought our acorn drop, providing goodies for those in attendance!


ECU employees participated in the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service and volunteered at the Fox Valley Humane Association.

Hazel Gets Adopted!

We sponsored the adoption fee for Hazel, a cat that had been at the Neenah Animal Shelter for nearly a year. She found her forever home in February.

We Gave With Our Holiday Giving Tree!

Our three charities this year were the Friendship Place, Harbor House, and Neenah Animal Shelter. Thank you to everyone who left donations for these organizations.

Credit Union Bake Sale!

To raise funds for our annual Giving Tree, credit union staff and members bake goods for sale in our lobby. Our October sale was a hit with pumpkin treats!

Another Clean Up In The Books!

Evergreen Credit Union employees and board members went out to beautify the trail in August. Evergreen Credit Union has adopted and pledged to help maintain the trail along West American Drive in front of our main office.

We Grow A Row for St. Joe’s!

To support our community we utilize our bucket garden every summer to Grow A Row for St. Joe’s! This year we grew green beans, carrots, and banana peppers. Staff helped to maintain the garden.