Ent Raises More Than $38,000 for Pikes Peak Habitat for HumanityJun. 19, 2013
Colorado Springs, Colo. – Ent employees and members raised $38,175 for Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity as part of the credit union’s spring fundraising campaign.
Ent’s monetary donations were collected through various events like bake sales, barbeques, jeans days and raffles. Ent’s members also contributed to the cause through donations made at area service centers.
As part of their fundraiser, more than 100 Ent employees also donated 700 hours of their time to personally help build homes for deserving local families. Teams of Ent volunteers worked seven hour shifts over three days at Habitat’s build sites in Fountain, CO.
“We are pleased with the way Ent employees and members came together to put their support behind this first-time community partnership with Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity,” said Barb Winter, executive vice president.
Pictured above, Ent’s Habitat for Humanity co-chairs, Brian Sierer and Mary Miller presented Ent’s donation check to Andy Petersen, Habitat for Humanity’s development director.
Ent Federal Credit Union, established in 1957, is the leading financial institution in Southern Colorado with $3.8 billion in assets and more than 226,000 members. The credit union provides a full range of financial solutions through 27 service centers throughout Colorado Springs, Woodland Park, Pueblo and Denver. They offer members online, mobile and telephone banking services, a Colorado call center and both a consumer and mortgage loan center. Ent is a not-for-profit, community-chartered credit union with membership open to businesses or individuals living or working in Denver, El Paso, Pueblo and Teller counties, as well as select communities in Weld, Adams and Arapahoe counties. Ent is federally insured by the NCUA. Ent.com