Thursday, July 30, 2015

Mission Federal Credit Union Launches Back-to-School Supply Drive

Mission Federal Credit Union, in partnership with SAY San Diego, has launched the Mission Fed Back-to-School Supply Drive to collect school supplies for local elementary students in need.

“Mission Fed believes that every child in San Diego deserves a chance to succeed in school,” said Angie Lasagna, Vice President of Community Relations for Mission Fed. “Yet, many children in San Diego lack basic school supplies, such as backpacks, pencils and even paper, hindering their ability to learn in the classroom. With the community’s help, we can make a difference.”

Throughout the month of August, Mission Fed will be collecting backpacks and school supplies at all of its branches.  The goal is to fill 700 backpacks for children who attend local Title I elementary schools, but may not have enough money for school supplies, clothes or lunches. In addition, Mission Fed is donating $2,000, and, an office supplies e-tailer, is matching the donation.

To see a list of supplies needed and to learn more, visit

About Mission Federal Credit Union
Mission Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit organization providing a wide variety of financial services to meet the needs of its customers. With more than $2.7 billion in assets, over 25 local branches, and more than 182,000 customers, Mission Fed is the largest, locally based credit union exclusively serving San Diego County. Mission Fed enhances the lives of its customers through financial education and financial services. In addition, Mission Fed contributes to hundreds of nonprofit educational and community organizations. At Mission Fed, your success is our bottom line. All San Diegans are welcome. Federally insured by NCUA. To learn more, visit

About SAY San Diego
SAY San Diego (Social Advocates for Youth) is a dynamic, nonprofit organization that strengthens the whole child, whole family and whole community. SAY was established in 1971 and serves more than 30,000 individuals, prenatal through adult, each year. For more information, please visit

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