Wescom Credit Union delivered $10,000 worth of Togo’s Sandwiches to medical workers at the Anaheim Kaiser Permanente Medical Center on Thursday, May 21. The Credit Union’s vintage 1934 truck – a nod to their founding year – was on-site for the delivery, which will feed over 1,300 day and nightshift workers.
“Wescom and our nearly 200,000 members are honored to support the Orange County community during this difficult time,” stated Melissa Pederson, Senior Vice President Administration, Wescom Credit Union. “We have a long-standing tradition of giving back to the communities we serve, and wanted to share some #WescomKindness with those who are working hard to keep Orange County safe and healthy. We are grateful to be able to acknowledge the Anaheim Kaiser Permanente staff for all they do and also support the local Anaheim Togo’s.”
For more than 85 years, Wescom has been dedicated to helping Southern Californians build better lives, and through #WescomKindness, they conduct small acts of kindness to community members. Last month, Wescom provided $45,000 in grant support to four nonprofit Southern California food banks – one of which was Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County,
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This article was released by Wescom Credit Union.