UICCU helps Four Oaks kids throughout the Corridor

February 12, 2014

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UICCU helps Four Oaks kids throughout the Corridor How does your company decide where to direct volunteer time and funds? Most likely, it’s important that the recipient organization improves quality of life in the community where employees work and play. The University of Iowa Community Credit Union (UICCU) and Four Oaks have developed a meaningful partnership in part because both organizations have a presence in multiple communities throughout the Corridor. UICCU knows that by supporting Four Oaks, they are helping children and families in Iowa City, Cedar Rapids, North Liberty and beyond.

UICCU employees in Johnson County have been collecting holiday gifts for Four Oaks children in need for many years.  In 2013, they provided gifts for a record 200 children. Recently, UICCU made a substantial contribution to the Commit to a Child campaign for the Four Oaks TotalChild initiative. They also sponsor the Four Oaks Golf Classic annually, and get involved in other meaningful ways throughout the year.

Four Oaks is grateful for UICCU and their direct involvement in making life better for children and families in need across the Corridor. For more information on getting involved in any of the programs mentioned above, please email Lindsey Flannery, Four Oaks Business Development Manager.